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Presented by: CWEA-Central San Joaquin

Advanced Thermal Drying: Economical Class‐A Solutions to Reduce/Eliminate Rising Landfill Costs

Date/Time

  • February 18
  • 5:30 pm - 8:15 pm

Location

Cattlemen’s Selma
1880 Art Gonzales Parkway
Selma, CA 93662 United States

SPEAKER:

Mr. Tid Griffin; President, Founder ‐ Gryphon Environmental, LLC

Mr. Griffin is a graduate of Georgetown College. His career has focused on up‐time critical facilities and applications, leading development efforts for clients including NASDAQ, the Pentagon (DOD), international banking institutes, global communications companies and high tech Fortune 500 organizations. Mr. Griffin took his expertise in repeatable manufacturing practices and up‐time critical design and founded Gryphon Environmental in 2007. Gryphon Environmental has seen a sharp increase in market adoption for its mechanical simplicity and its advanced automation. As CEO, Mr. Griffin has formed the organization into a leader in the drying industry and a company known for sustainable technology advancements that break barriers in affordability.

PROGRAM:

Municipalities and industries are faced with ever‐increasing challenges with Biosolids disposal as hauling, landfill and land application costs and regulations increase. Gryphon provide cost‐effective dryer solutions that are applicable to small and medium size facilities that traditionally have been unable to find an affordable way to get to Class‐A. This presentation will review disposal challenges, introduce the Gryphon dryer technology and detail case studies showing how others have found an economic way to upgrade their approach to biosolids disposal.

LOCATION:

Cattlemen’s Restaurant

1880 Art Gonzales Pkwy

Selma, CA 93662

559.896.8450

SCHEDULE:

5:30 pm ‐ 6:30 pm ‘Shop Talk’ ‐ Please register by 6:15 pm

6:30 pm ‐ 7:30 pm Dinner

7:15 pm ‐ 8:15 pm Presentation

DINNER:

Top Sirloin Steak, Lemon Herb Chicken or Pasta Ravioli (includes coffee or tea, a baked potato, all‐you‐can‐eat salad, sourdough bread, and ranch style beans)

PRICE:

$30.00 per person (member & spouse)

$35.00 per person (non‐member)

$15.00 per person (full‐time student)

DIRECTIONS:

From the North: Freeway 99 S. take Floral Ave. exit and turn left, then at stop sign turn left again. Travel one block and turn left again. From the South: Freeway 99 N. take Floral Ave. exit and turn left, then at stop sign turn right, Travel one block turn left.

SPACE IS LIMITED – PLEASE RSVP EARLY!

For reservations for dinner, call or email your name, organization, phone, and selection to Candice Padilla at 559.490.4366 (cpadilla@carollo.com) by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. It is important to make reservations early and cancel them early if you cannot attend.

*** Make checks payable to “CWEA-CSJ”*** – REMEMBER: A reservation is a commitment to pay.

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