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Engineering conference pursuing better process efficiency
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The 2007 Winery Engineering Association National Conference & Exhibition will be held at the Mildura Settlers Function Centre from 20–21 June, and will focus on the theme of ‘Progress Through Engineering’.
The full scope of the conference and up-to-date information on presentations will be made available on the Winery Engineering Association’s (WEA) website as the conference draws closer.
Presentations will offer advice on how to work through difficult economic times by employing better engineering, progress and efficiencies.
Topics will include: • Advances in filtration • Packaging specifications and innovations • Refrigeration efficiencies • Advances in the treatment of wastewater • Competitive efficiencies in maintenance • Sustainability in the winery • Advances in equipment guarding and safety systems • Crushing and destemming improvements; and • Technical R&D papers
An integral part of the conference will be the display of wine industry products and services. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to discuss some of their winery engineering problems with experts in the field. The Wine Industry Journal is the WEA’s ‘journal of choice’ for the conference and is pleased to support the event. An early-bird member registration fee is available for $165 with non-members for $190. Normal registration fee for members fee is $190 and non-members $215.
For program, registration and accommodation details, contact conference coordinator, Trevor Leighton on mobile telephone 0417 597 956, email or visit http://www.wea.org.au