Conferences/Shows
The inaugural Scaling Up Bio conference will bring an impressive list of biomass experts to Canada’s capital.
The Pulp and Paper Products Council has announced that the 2017 annual conference will once again be held in Vancouver, from May 7-10.
PAPTAC will host the 2017 International Chemical Recovery Conference in Halifax next May. The submission deadline for the call for papers for this conference has been extended to Oct. 21.
A forum taking place in Ottawa to discuss why biocleantech is key to meeting Canada's 2030 GHG targets has announced its lineup of speakers.
Specialty Papers US brings together the entire supply chain, including leading researchers who are working to perfect new applications that improve paper’s ability to resist oils and serve as a substrate, as well as identify specific attributes and unique applications.
Two business-oriented panel discussions are on the schedule at the International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference, Sept. 28-30, in Jacksonville, Fla.
The 2016 TAPPI PEERS conference will help attendees discover new ways to improve mill reliability with innovative best practices. The theme for this year’s event is Mill Innovations: Process Reliability to Breakthrough Technologies.
PAPTAC will host the 2017 International Chemical Recovery Conference in Halifax. The event will run from May 24-26, 2017.
PAPTAC has announced a change of venue for the PaperWeek Canada conference and trade show. The event will be held at the Sheraton Centre Montreal.
The PacWest conference is not until June, but organizers are requesting that attendees register early for the three short courses offered in conjunction with this annual industry conference.
Adaptation Canada 2016, a national symposium on the preparation for and management of risks associated with climate change, is being presented by the Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR) and the Ouranos consortium on regional climatology and adaptation to climate change.
PaperWeek Canada has dedicated a full day of its conference program to improving management and leadership skills.Presentations and workshops that form part of the management program will focus on change management; team consolidation and leadership; and performance.
Four parallel conference tracks at International Wood Biorefining Week will focus on bioenergy and biobased products and innovations.
Technical sessions covering key pulp and paper processes will continue to be part of PaperWeek Canada, in addition to the event’s keynote speakers and dedicated tracks on management, safety, market pulp, packaging, reliability, tissue and converting.
Join several hundred CEOs, senior executives and PwC leaders for the 29th annual Global Forest, Paper & Packaging Industry Conference on May 4 in Vancouver.
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