It’s that time again for the annual Food & Beverage Environmental Conference (FBEC) hosted by the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa in beautiful Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico on March 25-28, 2018. Our own Laura Huff, P.E. and Ron Pagel will be in attendance and excited to share their experiences in working with the F&B industry.
Organized by the Food Industry Environmental Council, the FBEC continues to be one of the premier environmental events for the food industry, bringing together senior environmental managers from F&B companies to share their experiences with sustainable practices, environmental compliance and new technologies and approaches. The conference is open to those employed by a F&B processing company, F&B industry vendors and consultant partners and supporting trade associations. The conference is organized to foster information exchange and networking.
Sound interesting? Join the FBEC’s LinkedIn and Twitter (#FBEConference) pages to plug-in with fellow F&B counterparts and learn more about this growing industry.
Laura Huff, P.E.
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.
Senior Project Manager
Mr. Pagel is a seasoned senior project manager with experience in all phases of project management from conception to startup. His extensive experience in the food and agribusiness processing industry includes capital improvement projects, water/energy cost saving initiatives, on-site construction supervision, development and execution of facility master plans, and bulk material handling. Notable project experience includes ethanol biorefinery design, HVAC detail designs, co-generation facilities, and chemical production facilities. Mr. Pagel has also managed projects for cheese, pharmaceutical, pet food, beef, snack food, paper, pulp, food ingredient, and motor assembly manufacturing. He holds a B.S. in Bio-Chemical Engineering with concentrations in Aquatic and Environmental Toxicology from Illinois State University.