Food + Beverage
April 16-19, 2024
Hotel Effie | Miramar Beach, FL
Who Should Attend?
FBEC is the premier and most comprehensive environmental event for the food and beverage industry in the United States. This event discovers the latest trends and innovations affecting sustainability, water resource management, supply chain, air quality, environmental compliance, professional training and many more, while priding itself on a platform that promotes networking and like-minded individuals within the industry. If you are an environmental professional in any business related to the food and beverage industry this event is for you! You should attend if you are a craft brewery or distillery, pet food maker, grocery store or are involved in nutrition, farming, food and beverage processing, transportation, distribution, preparation, supply chain management, EHS, sustainability and wastewater solutions.
2023 Topics Include
- Renewable Natural Gas
- Air quality
- Regulatory Updates
- Enforcement & Compliance Case Studies
- Compliance Best Practices
- Food Waste
- Hazardous & Regulated Waste
- Water Reuse
And included ad-hoc sessions exploring topics like Air 202, Wastewater 202, Sustainability (Climate Change Impacts, SEC Compliance, Cost of Carbon, etc) and more.
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Ideas & Networking
The goal of the conference is to get industry, academia, non-government organizations and suppliers together in a casual atmosphere that allows for the free flow of information, ideas and networking. Appealing features of the conference includes a single program of sessions, joining in meals together, poster sessions, social hours, networking and information exchange.
The conference encourages frank and engaging discussions about environmental challenges specific to the food and beverage industry. Real experiences, best practices, and lessons learned are shared to drive improvement across the industry. The conference provides education through technical content and provides Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits for its sessions.
No Ties or Sales Pitches
Processors value the conference as a setting for genuine engagement given that presentations are not published and attended by their industry colleagues only. This conference is not a trade show, does not promote sales pitches, and there are no published proceedings of the conference. Use of social media is encouraged with no videos and limited use of photos. All in a casual no-neckties environment.