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Free Webinar: Food Plant of the Future

February 10, 2012
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A free webinar, part of the “Food Plant of the Future” series, “Raising the Bar on Plant Air Quality,” is presented by leading design and engineering firm Hixon, on April 26, at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Exclusively for thought-leaders in food and beverage processing facility management, “Raising the Bar on Plant Air Quality” examines the key elements to achieve and maintain effective air quality in food and beverage processing environments, sharing the latest principles, insights and advancements.

A live Q&A with attendee-submitted questions will follow the webinar. If you’re busy on the day of the event, sign up anyway. You can play back the scheduled broadcast anytime you like.

Who should attend? Senior management and operations/engineering; food and beverage plant personnel including but not limited to: CEO, COO, project managers, senior engineers, vice presidents of engineering, plant engineers, senior operations managers and vice presidents of operations.

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