Proud partner of the École Polytechnique de Montréal

As part of the 62nd Chemical Engineering Conference, which will be held in Vancouver from October 14 to 17, 2012, Groupe Berlie-Falco is partnering with the École Polytechnique to provide $1,000 so that a student delegation can attend this event.

Chemical engineering students attending the conference will be able to exchange ideas with colleagues from other Canadian universities. They will have the opportunity to meet numerous professors, researchers and professionals and attend lectures by specialists from around the world. This experience offers future engineers a chance to better familiarize themselves with the various facets of chemical engineering and to expand their sphere of interest. As representatives of the École Polytechnique de Montréal, students will also participate in various interuniversity competitions, including an oral presentation and a competition dedicated to teaching chemistry and chemical engineering.

Two current issues

Presented under the theme “Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development”, the 62nd Chemical Engineering Conference relies on the attendance of renowned international experts. The event will host the 3rd International Symposium on Gasification and Applications, which will study, among other things, the use of biomass and bioenergy, gasification and new electrochemical fuel cell technologies.

As a Silver partner, Groupe Berlie-Falco is proud to offer chemical engineering students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with current environmental issues. Eco-responsibility is a priority for the company, as it specializes in water, biosolids and organic residuals treatment. Offering full expertise in process engineering and manufacturing customized equipment in stainless steel and superior alloys, Groupe Berlie-Falco takes research and development to heart. By donating $1,000, we are encouraging the engineers of tomorrow to broaden their knowledge of new technologies and increase their interest in sustainable development related to anaerobic digestion, and biosolids and sludge dewatering and drying.