April 27, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Team Gemini to Present on Topics Related to Sustainable Resource Generation at the 2015 American Filtration and Separations Society Conference
With dozens of presenters and several hundred attendees from the industry, the conference focuses on unmet needs and advanced technology offerings in the Filtration and Separations sectors.
(Orlando, FL) — Team Gemini, LLC, a sustainable project design and development company based in Orlando, is among the presenters at the American Filtration and Separations Society’s (AFS) “Filtration and Separations in Power Generation: Unmet Needs and Advanced Technology Offerings” Conference held on April 27 – 30, 2015 at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina. The conference brings together national and international industry representatives and leaders in support of consumer and corporate needs for filtration and separation technologies.
The American Filtration and Separations Society is a technical, educational nonprofit organization started in 1987 to provide a forum for exchange of information among engineers, scientists, and technologists in all areas of the fluid/particle separation field. AFS is managed by a Board of Directors consisting of 12 elected directors, 6 officers and the presidents of all active chapters.
In a workshop group focused on Alternative Technology & Testing—organized by Lisa Lee Morgan—Team Gemini’s Chief Technical Officer Richard Haugner presented on Separation Technologies in Combined Anaerobic Digestion and CHP technologies. This presentation covers details of biogas production within AD Systems; filtration of biogas into methane gas to fuel CHP Units; methane gas conversion into biofuels; and water separation and filtration.
“We constantly look at technologies and processes that create a more holistic sustainability infrastructure,” advises Richard Haugner. “Filtration and separation technologies are advanced enough today to create a variety of resources beyond just energy. And to become more sustainable, resource conservation becomes a factor as well, which is why water separation and filtration are important.”
Presenters and participants were extensive, and included educational institutions like The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, University of Kentucky, University of Minnesota, and Virginia Commonwealth University; and industry and technology representatives like Duke Energy, ABB, Lenzing Technik GmbH, Columbus Industries, and others.
Team Gemini actively works on fostering efficient use of separation and filtration technologies, and was the only company present that specializes in complete design and integration of closed-loop systems and processes.
From the company’s partners in anaerobic digestion and combined heat and power technologies, to sustainable agriculture that minimizes burdens on environmental resources, Team Gemini’s partner products and development services offer trendsetting solutions for the industry.
To learn more about the conference and the schedule, visit its web site at http://spring.afssociety.org/science-of-the-meeting/.
About Team Gemini, LLC
Team Gemini, LLC (TG) is a sustainable project design and development company based in Orlando, Florida that develops community-based technology clusters that yield sustainable agriculture and renewable energy. TG works with communities, government and public sector leaders to combine renewable energy, recycling, water conservation and food production in a closed-loop sustainable relationship. The company’s sustainable clusters function as a carbon-negative operation guided by Corporate Social Responsibility and an alignment with the Triple Bottom Line.
To learn more about Team Gemini services and markets, please visit http://www.teamgemini.us.
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