IFC Water Congress, Denmark (30 Sept and 1 Oct 2020)
The Food and beverage industries are to share experiences with water reduction, reuse and recycling
FrieslandCampina, Coca-Cola, Carlsberg and Arla Foods all have at least one thing in common: their aim to become more water efficient. Each of them has ambitious goals for water reduction, reuse and recycling and all with different approaches. These four multinational F&B companies will share their experiences and latest endeavors at the second IFC Water Congress to take place in Herning, Denmark 30 Sept and 1 Oct 2020.
The IFC Water Congress is a 2-days programme filled with new research, cases, and presentation of the latest technology for water efficiency in the food and beverage sector. Wednesday 30 Sept the congress will be opened by keynote William Sarni (US), who is CEO and founder of the acknowledged think tank Water Foundry. After four exciting speeches, the participants are invited to join a company visit to Arla Foods Ingredients close to Herning to experience their water reduction efforts live.
The Thursday will be opened by Coca-Cola’s Director of Product Water who will talk about the company’s community engagement among many other things. Also, on the agenda for the Thursday’s programme are introductions to the latest technology from TetraPak and Veolia, and then experts within risk assessment, hazards and water quality will enlighten the audience with recent research.
The congress is held in Herning in conjunction with the renowned exhibition Food Tech that attracts 8,000 visitors from around the world each year. It is possible to combine the participation in the congress and enjoy the exhibition.
Conference Language: English
Early bird registration till 15th August 2020: DKK 2,195 (excl. Danish VAT) approx. EUR 295. After this date the price is DKK 2,995 (approx. EUR 400).
For further information please contact:
Isabel Sande Frandsen, Programme Coordinator, Tel: +45 2221 4025
John Dørr Jensen, MCH, Tel: +45 2321 6088
SDT Endorsement of Training
Over last few years the Society has been approached by many training companies requesting to use the respected SDT logo on training material aimed at the dairy industry. We have recently been working with a training company to arrive at a credible model that will provide the training company of SDT-endorsed programmes numerous benefits whilst ensuring that the outcomes and objectives of a training course etc are relevant to the industry. Feedback has shown that the use of our logo resulted in a greater uptake of learners for the training company we worked with.
Applications are welcomed from the providers of short training courses (generally from half to several full days in duration); seminars with multiple speakers; and workshops, amongst others.
To apply for endorsement of your course(s) please download the guidance and application forms, including costings here.
Members can now access the latest edition of the Handbook of Dairy Technology.This is available to members in the members section of the website and now includes new sections.