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Oct. 2-4: Activated Carbon User Group 2017

We have set the dates for Activated Carbon User Group 2017. As you make plans for conferences and events this year, be sure to set aside October 2 – 4 to attend the 7th Activated Carbon User Group.

There is no fee to attend, and the event is always well-attended with peers from the energy industry, power generators, and compliance experts. Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we follow-up with more information on speakers, sessions, and topics.

Activated Carbon User Group 2017
Nashville, TN
October 2 – 4

If you own or operate a coal-fueled power plant, join us at the 2017 Activated Carbon User Group. Get insight into real-time MATS compliance, study strategies for long-term compliance strategy, and connect with the people & resources you need to achieve and maintain your goals.

Past Talks Have Included: “State-of-the-art PAC” (Joe Wong, ADA Carbon Solutions), “State-of-the-art Equipment” (Michael, Thiel, Nol-Tec), “Fueling Change: The Future of Power Markets” (Presentation), “Halogens, Mercury and Scrubbers” (Panel), “Reducing the Cost of Compliance” (Panel), “Ash Management” (Panel)

“I was able to gather useful information regarding the Startup Shutdown Rule and BOP operational issues pertaining to MATS compliance and share with my co-workers.” – EGU Attendee

“Thank you all so very much for the opportunity to attend the ACI workshop. I appreciate the format & getting to discuss issues with fellow utility folks & industry experts.” – EGU Manager

Registration Coming Soon

Registration for this year’s event will open in June. Look for a message in your inbox, or check back on the ADA Carbon Solutions website to get the latest news on event registration.

Nashville, TN – Music City!

The event hits the teeming and beautiful city of Nashville, TN this year — a place packed full of great food and musical history. We’re busy planning events and entertainment for the conference, but you can read through some of these articles to get a taste of what to expect.

“Don’t just take our word for it: Some 85 people a day are moving here for its unique mix of music — the Grand Ole Opry is just the start of the scene — fabulous all-American food, and whip-smart populace attached to Nashville’s numerous universities.” – Frommer’s Best Places to Go in 2017

“This gateway to the South has hit its stride, and 2017 looks to be a banner year. The iconic Ryman Auditorium celebrates its 125th anniversary with a full calendar of fêtes, while the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum celebrates 50 years and the Bluebird Café turns 35. The city is brimming with new and upcoming eateries: Maneet Chauhan’s The Mockingbird, John Besh’s Marsh House, and Henrietta Red from Per Se–trained chef Julia Sullivan.” – Travel + Leisure 50 Best Places to Travel in 2017