Pratt & Whitney Hangar/Museum
482 Airport Ave
East Hartford, CT 06118
Be part of a robust discussion on how companies are becoming more successful and profitable by incorporating energy and environmental sustainability into their business plans.
Join your fellow business leaders from manufacturing and other industries, and learn practical applications on how to profit from your company's waste stream.
Among the topics we'll explore are: Water as a Commodity, Waste and Packaging in Connecticut, and Energy 3.0: New Trends and Opportunities.
Our experts from several companies explain how to control costs for items like water consumption with no negative impact on products or operations, and how to profit off the waste stream.
Aerospace and non-aerospace manufacturers are strongly encouraged to attend.
This program is hosted by CBIA and Pratt & Whitney.
7:30 am: Check-in & Networking
8:30 am: Opening Remarks
8:45 am: Topic 1 – Water as a Commodity.
Panelists from Nestle Waters NA and Aquarion Water Company will lead a discussion on water usage, supplies, and conservation as it applies to manufacturing and other industries.
9:45 a.m.: Networking Break
10 am: Topic 2 – Waste and Packaging in Connecticut.
We'll explore innovations in package reduction on the front end of the waste stream. And we'll look at making your waste stream more sustainable and profitable with Eric Albert of Albert Brothers Scrap Metal Recycling.
11 am: Networking Break
11:15 am: Topic 3 – Energy 3.0: New Trends and Opportunities.
This discussion covers the many different energy sources available to manufacturing and other industries. Panelists include Brian Paganini of Quantum Biopower, Kerry C. Brownof Curtis Packaging Corp., Michael L. Perry of United Technologies Research Center and others.
12:15 pm: Closing Remarks