Save Energy Now Workshop: Convert Industrial Wastes to On-Site Heat and Power

New Orleans, LA
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Save Energy Now Workshop Series
A Workshop for Large Industrial Facilities
Save Energy Now Workshop: Convert Industrial Wastes to On-Site Heat and Power
Wednesday, January 30, 2008 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Chateau Sonesta Hotel
800 Iberville Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

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Are you paying high prices to dispose of your industrial processing wastes off-site? Are you looking for alternatives to using natural gas? Have you thought about generating your own heat and power? If you said "yes" to any of these questions then this is one workshop you don't want to miss!

The focus of this workshop will be the conversion of industrial process wastes and byproducts such as petroleum coke, wood wastes, landfill gas and similar wastes for on-site heat and power production. 

All facility managers and corporate decisionmakers of large industrial facilities including petrochemical refineries, chemical manufacturing, and pulp & paper mills are invited. Learn how you can turn industrial wastes to profits at your company.

This workshop is the first of two workshops offered in support of U.S. Dept. of Energy Industrial Technologies Program's "Save Energy Now" campaign.

Engineers: Earn 6 professional development credits for attending!

To learn more about this workshop, please click on the Agenda tab above.

Hosted by the Gulf Coast CHP Center, the Industrial Assessment Center at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources.

Contact Information

  • Sarah Weingarden
    Workshop Coordinator
    Gulf Coast Combined Heat & Power Application Center
    Phone: (281) 364-4002

    Dr. Ted Kozman
    Director, Industrial Assessment Center
    University of Louisiana-Lafayette
    Phone: (337) 482-5717

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