Wastewater Treatment Challenges for the Poultry and Egg Industry
Wed. February 13| 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM | C205
Water is a necessary component of producing a safe and wholesome source of protein. While the poultry and the egg industry has a long history of efficiently treating the wastewater generated in poultry and egg processing plants, industry wastewater professionals face new challenges stimulated by the use of antimicrobial compounds to address food safety requirements. Attendees of this program will hear industry representatives, academia and consultants address issues surrounding these new challenges.
Food Safety Regulations and Intervention Practices
Antimicrobials what are they and how they are used.
Fate and transport of PAA in wastewater treatment unit operations.
Carryover of antimicrobial compounds into wastewater treatment plants.
Track: IPPE Free Educational Programs
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association
Director of Quality Assurance and Food Safety
Wayne Farms, LLC
Ph.D, BCEEM, F.IWA, F.WEF, F.ASCE
Georgia Institute of Technology
Sr. VP of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs
National Chicken Council
Woodruff & Howe Environmental Engineering, Inc. (WHEE, Inc.)