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Event Information:
Environmental Considerations for Craft Breweries


Date and Time:
11/13/2019 at 3:00 PM, Duration: 45 Minutes


Description:
Economic revitalization in many cities and small towns throughout the United States has circled around the craft beer industry. During 2018, Pennsylvania had 354 craft breweries in operation and produced 3.7 million barrels of craft beer! Because of the success of the industry many folks are looking to get into the market, expand their operations, or just continue to make great beer. During this craft beer renaissance, it is easy to overlook that brewing may trigger environmental requirements and compliance.

In this webinar, we are going to discuss environmental regulations related to craft breweries such as waste water, storm water, and air to name a few. Also, if you are looking to start a craft brewery we will discuss environmental considerations to think of as you begin the process. So, whether you are looking to start operations, expand operations, or are running on all cylinders this webinar is for you. So, grab a beer, pull up a barstool, and join us for this webinar!


About the Presenter:
Shawn Woll

Shawn Woll is the Business Development Representative for August Mack Environmental, Inc. in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania office. He has industry experience in geologic field services, sustainability, and, design and installation of renewable energy systems. Shawn heads the business development in the Pennsylvania office focusing on compliance, transaction, and eCAP clients. Shawn earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geoscience from The Pennsylvania State University. Shawn can be reached at 717.399.9587 ext. 227 or via email at swoll@augustmack.com

 

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