Zephyr to Attend 47th Annual Food + Beverage Environmental Conference

2017 FIEC Food + Beverage Environmental Conference

Zephyr’s Kimberly Brandt and Laura Huff, P.E. will be attending the Food Industry Environmental Council’s (FIEC) 47th Food + Beverage Environmental Conference at the Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, South Carolina on March 26-30. The Environmental Conference is the premier environmental event for the food industry, bringing together senior environmental managers from food and beverage companies to share their experiences with sustainable practices, environmental compliance, and new technologies and approaches. 

Kimberly Brandt
Project Manager
Ms. Kimberly Brandt is a Project Manager with over 24 years of experience in the environmental and safety engineering fields. Her experience includes four years in the semiconductor industry with Motorola where she served first as the Environmental Water Program Manager and then as the Environmental Hazardous Materials Program Manager. Since 1997, she has had experience in the consulting field working in food manufacturing, food by-product recycling, material handling, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor industries. Her project management experience includes air quality permitting; environmental compliance audits; stormwater and wastewater permitting and compliance; the design, installation, and commissioning of water recycling and wastewater treatment systems; DOT program evaluation; and the development of Safety Management Systems.

Laura Huff, P.E.
Project Manager
Ms. Laura Huff is an accomplished Professional Engineer (Texas) with over 19 years of progressive consulting experience in multi-media environmental services, including permitting and compliance in the areas of air, water, and waste. Dedicated to working with clients to understand their business and promote continuous regulatory compliance, Ms. Huff is skilled in successfully managing multiple projects concurrently, managing projects within budgets, and supervising peers and junior staff members.  She earned both a Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Environmental Engineering from Texas Tech University.

By | 2017-04-05T19:24:02+00:00 March 22nd, 2017|Press Release|