ethanol plant process efficiency and profitability.
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With today’s challenging ethanol market, there is nothing more important than maximizing every dollar spent in your operation. The decisions made in your lab on process aids and systems like Enzymes, Yeast, Antimicrobials and Water Treatment are vital to your plant’s short and long term success. A strong bottom line starts with decisions made over very small increments. Employees simply
can not receive too much training or exposure to available technology and methods that can strengthen your bottom line.
To assist in this effort, four of the industries most trusted suppliers have designed a course focused on maximizing many of the inputs and process techniques you are currently using. Technical staffs from Fremont, Fermentis, Novozymes and Phibro Ethanol Performance Group are offering a limited training course July 29 – 30, 2009 in Minneapolis, MN.
Your plant is continually changing due to inputs and environment shifts. To effectively optimize your ever-changing plant requires an understanding of how process aids function individually and in conjunction with other plant inputs. Participants will be provided with the most up to date information and advanced methods for keeping your plant at maximum production efficiency and profitability. This non-brand specific training will be offered in a small classroom format and will include hands on laboratory experience. The small class room size will allow one on one interaction with instructors. Classes will improve participants understanding of standard as well as unique situations that can occur prior to, during and after fermentation.
Plant optimization is measured not only by the number of gallons produced, but also by the amount and total expense of process aids. Maximizing ethanol plant profitability requires an ongoing investment in training. This unique program is targeted to offer you practical knowledge which you can use immediately. Evening entertainment includes the Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox baseball game.
Class size is limited and early registration is encouraged. Please direct your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Registration Fee
Early Registration $150.00 through June 30, 2009
Registrations July 1 or later, based on availability $200.00
Registration includes all sessions, meals and entertainmet! Sample testing and analysis included.
Classes Include Hands on training provided at Phibro Labs on the U of M campus.
Lodging is available at Radisson University Hotel, which serves as event headquarters and transportation meeting site. Reserve by June 30, 2009 for a special event rate of $129.00 (plus applicable tax) Single or Double occupancy. Registrations received following this date are subject to availability and at prevailing room rates.
Radisson University Hotel
615 Washington Avenue SE
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414