EarthRes Presents and Exhibits at 2017 IBWA Conference

Join EarthRes as we present and exhibit at the IBWA Conference, to be held at the:

November  6 – 9, 2017
Gaylord Resort
Grapevine, TX

Visit us at Booth #908 and be sure to attend our seminar and panel discussions on two trending topics during the event.  We will be kicking off the presentations with:

Monday, November 6, 2017; 1:15pm – 2:30pm
Data, Science, and Common Sense: Tools to Refute Opposition to Bottled Water
(1.25 CEU)

Presenter: Louis F. Vittorio, Jr., PG, EarthRes Group, Inc.

WiLou Vittorio P.G. Presents IBWA Conventionth the growth of bottled water as a healthy packaged beverage, it has come under unprecedented attacks for a variety of unfounded reasons.  These reasons include climate change, sustainability, water scarcity, environmental impacts, recycling, lack of regulation, water quality, and cost.  However, upon analysis, such reasons advanced by non-scientific opposition parties and a willing media don’t actually “hold water.”  Vittorio’s presentation will cover the main points of opposition to bottled water expressed by critics.  He will provide data, science, and common sense information that you can use to refute those arguments and proudly discuss your bottled water products.

Then be sure to join our panel discussion at the IBWA Conference as EarthRes Senior Project Manager, Thomas G. Pullar, and other panelists discuss energy efficiency improvements:

Wednesday, November 8, 2017; 1:15pm – 2:30pm
Improving Energy Efficiency in a Bottled Water Facility
(1.25 CEU)

Presenters: Richard Crowther, Antea Group; Tom Pullar, EarthRes Group, Inc.; and Gary Tondorf-Dick, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

ITom Pullar Presents on Energy Efficiency at IBWA Conventionn this session, panelists will discuss ideas for monitoring, management, and improvement of energy efficiency in a bottled water facility. The panel will discuss design considerations when building a new bottled water facility, as well as options for existing facilities to improve energy efficiency. Along with energy management, the panel will address topics such as heat recovery, air handling systems, motors, pumps and fans, and lighting systems applications that bottlers could implement in their facilities.

To learn more, please visit the IBWA website.