Annika Wallendahl, Jill Cooper, and Russell Hyatt to Present at the 50th Annual Food Northwest Process & Packaging Expo 2022
Annika Wallendahl, P.E., L.G., M.B.A (Washington); Jill Cooper, MBA, JD (Colorado); and Russell Hyatt (New Jersey) are presenting at the 50th Annual Food Northwest Process & Packaging Expo 2022 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland on February 3, 2022.
Annika Wallendahl is a Principal Engineer based in Washington with more than 20 years of experience focused on energy transition, environmental compliance, sustainability, and environmental engineering. Annika specializes in helping industrial clients, providing environmental compliance strategy, conventional and renewable energy solutions, and regulatory support related to emerging carbon and greenhouse gas legislation in the northwestern United States.
Jill Cooper is a Senior Principal Consultant based in Colorado with more than 26 years of experience focused on environmental compliance, sustainability, pollution prevention practices, and management systems development for clients in government, academia and the mining, oil and natural gas, food and agriculture, and manufacturing industries.
Russell Hyatt is a Project Engineer with more than ten years of experience with contaminated sediments focused on site investigations and remedial design for complex multiple stakeholder projects. Russell specializes in dredge material management with an emphasis on dredge material treatment and beneficial use applications of treated dredge material. He also specializes in water quality monitoring design and implementation for environmental remediation projects involving waterway construction activities.
The Food Northwest Process and Packaging Expo is celebrating its 50th year of exhibits featuring the latest technologies and innovative solutions, networking with new and established colleagues, and education including interactive sessions. This convention is the largest regional food manufacturing trade show in the United States, bringing industry professionals together for two full days of education, equipment and service solutions, and networking opportunities. They also host education specifically chosen by their food processor members to support training needs and to address timely issues and challenges of the food processing industry.
Food Northwest,formerly the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA), is a trade association organized to advance the ability of the food industry to produce and deliver wholesome, safe food from the Pacific Northwest to the world.
About the event: Summary - Food Northwest Process & Packaging Expo (cvent.com)
About Food Northwest: Home (foodnorthwest.org)
Learn more about Annika: Annika Wallendahl, P.E., L.G., M.B.A. (geosyntec.com)
Learn more about Jill: Jill Cooper (geosyntec.com)
Learn more about Russell: Russell Hyatt (LinkedIn)