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Brewing can be a resource-intensive operation. Water, energy, waste. . . . all factors. Brewers in our region are discovering resources to help them operate more efficiently—saving money and resources. So come to Woodinville for the evening! Spend a several hours at the Redhook Brewery relaxing with friends, eating some great food, and learning from Washington experts about how you can operate more efficiently and save money!

2/27/2014
When: Thursday, February 27, 2014
4:00-7:30 PM
Where: Redhook Brewery
14300 NE 145th Street
Woodinville, Washington  98072
United States

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Sustainable Craft Brewing Workshop
Sustainable Breweries Workshop

Brewing can be a resource-intensive operation. Water, energy, waste. . . . all factors. Brewers in our region are discovering resources to help them operate more efficiently—saving money and resources.  So come to Woodinville for the evening! Spend a several hours at the Redhook Brewery relaxing with friends, eating some great food, and learning from Washington experts about how you can operate more efficiently and save money!

What’s on tap:

Welcome comments from Paula J. Del Giudice, PPRC

Julia Person from the Craft Brew Alliance will highlight energy, water, and waste saving efforts taken and underway at CBA locations, including the Redhook Brewery in Woodinville and the Widmer Brothers Brewery in Portland.

Ken Grimm and Michelle Gaither from PPRC will give you a brief look into some pollution prevention efforts at breweries in Alaska and Oregon, including results from one that was a "Lean and Environment” project.

Mid-evening break with food and a brewery tour

The Washington Ecology’s Technical Resources for Engineering Efficiency (TREE) team featuring Dan Ferguson will discuss what kind of technical resources are available to brewers, etc. Bobbi Wallace from the City of Kirkland will share Best Management Practices when it comes to managing surface and waste water. Colleen Barta from the Institute for Environmental Research and Education will talk about their ecolabel program.

Lots of time for interaction and asking questions!

For more information and to register, click here!

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