Have you changed job titles, switched company’s, or just miss networking with environmental professionals in the Pacific Northwest? Reconnect with Air and Waste Management’s Puget Sound Chapter at our first social event of the year!
Here’s the scoop – Rain or shine, the chapter will be serving free treats at Gas Works Park on August 21st at 3 p.m. Colleagues, friends, and family members are welcome!
The Ice Cream Social will adhere to CDC and local COVID-19 guidelines. To ensure adequate number of treats for attendees, please RSVP on Brown Paper Tickets. For questions, please email the chapter at email@example.com.
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Christian Tasser, Senior Engineer | Associate, Carollo
Kyle & Christian will discuss the basics of anaerobic digestion including organic loading rates, quality of substrates, and beneficial biogas (cogeneration and renewable natural gas [Federal Renewable Fuel Standard and eRIN Program]). The discussion will include a case-study on the design, construction, and startup of anaerobic digester at the Amalgamated Sugar in Nampa, Idaho.
For the first 20 RSVP’s FREE lunch will be delivered directly to you prior to the start of the meeting. The following RSVP information is required.
(1) Full address of your location on February 16th to receive the lunch delivery around 11:30am.