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Admix, Inc.
Regulatory Insights
Given the pressure to reduce carbon emissions and state environmental regulations such as the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), energy prices may increase significantly in the coming years, affecting the ability of food processors to compete. To keep energy costs in line, companies should look at all available energy efficiency programs. On Nov. 10, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will sponsor an informational workshop, conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), providing an overview of the purpose, structure and benefits of ISO 50001 - Energy Management System (EnMS) Standard and the United States Department of Energy (US DOE) Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program.
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The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is holding meetings to provide an update on the status of the development of the Cap-and-Trade Adaptive Management Process.
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Downey Brand LLP
More than 30 food processors attended CLFP/PG&E workshops on energy efficiency — one held in Stockton, Calif., on Oct. 9 and one in Clovis, Calif., on Oct. 29.
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More than 140 CLFP members enjoyed a day of golf and scholarship fund raising at the 19th annual CLFP Supplier Host Council Golf Tournament at the Stockton Golf & Country Club in Stockton, Calif., on Oct. 19.
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CLFP recently awarded $32,500 in individual and university scholarships for the 2015-16 year.
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A workshop to address workers’ compensation challenges facing the food processing industry will be held by CLFP and CLFP member the Zenith Insurance Company on Thurs., Jan. 14, in Los Angeles, Calif.
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Registration for the 2016 Food Processing Expo opens Nov. 10. The expo will be held in Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 17-18. The Food Processing Expo is California’s largest food processing trade show and provides unparalleled access to industry representatives and decision makers from the food processing industry along with a trade show floor full of some of the most innovative industry products.
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New Members
FGL is a full service analytical laboratory, serving CA for 90 years. We provide food processors with Sample Collection, Analytical Testing & Reporting on: Discharge Wastewater, Wash Water, Groundwater Bio-solids, Land Application, Setting Ponds, Drinking Water, Etc. Allow one of our (5) California laboratories to meet your testing needs.
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Brite Belt International manufactures a conveyor belt cleaning product which is designed for use on conveyor belts for the purpose of eliminating pathogens and bio-films without micro-scratching the conveyor belt surface. It saves employee time by eliminating hand scrubbing and saves chemicals. It also improves safety and swab test results.
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We provide a full range of industrial container products designed to meet all types of national/international standards and specifications. Our new and reconditioned products include: steel drums, plastic drums and pails, fiber drums, intermediate bulk containers and other distribution items.
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The Kinetic Company manufactures high quality Blades and Knives used in Food Processing and Packaging
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KPFF Consulting Engineers provides prime design, project management, engineering and surveying services to design-build contractors and owners of processing, manufacturing, distribution and many other types of businesses. As a large company we have many resources and can move quickly with our design teams to work collaboratively and develop innovative solutions to our client's construction challenges.
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Roofing, Waterproofing, Solar Services
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Goodpack USA, Inc.
Urschel Laboratories, Inc.
Green Charge Networks
XYLEM, Division = YSI, Inc.
2485 Natomas Park Dr., Suite 550
Sacramento, CA 95833
Phone: (916) 640-8150
Fax: (916) 640-8156
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