This webinar is the last of a four-part series in which we discuss the increasing and critical importance of water management at industrial facilities.

Why does water matter to industrial businesses? In parts 1 to 3 of the series, we examined industry challenges ranging from water supply to water reuse. Now, in this final webinar, we're examining these concepts from a company's perspective, as our expert panel will discuss integrated water management at their companies and how it helps them make water-related decisions.

In this session, PepsiCo Inc.'s Larry Perry, Cabot Corporation's Wade Amos and CDM Smith's Kevin Riley will discuss:

  • The state of water today in the industrial market and the specific challenges facing PepsiCo and Cabot Corp.
  • Water supply and water use practices adopted at their facilities
  • Wastewater treatment and reuse approaches they have considered or implemented

There will be a 15-20 minute Q&A at the end, when we'll invite you to pose any water-related questions you have for Larry and Wade.

You will earn 1 professional development hour (PDH) credit for attending this webinar.

Larry Perry

Larry Perry, PE, is the Senior Director for Global Environmental Protection at PepsiCo, Inc. Larry has more than 40 years of experience in design and implementation of environmental management systems and wastewater treatment for the food and beverage industry. He is a native Texan and a graduate of Texas A&M University.

Wade Amos

Wade Amos, PE, BSChE, MEng Env Eng, is a Principal Engineer in Cabot Corporation’s Global Engineering Group. Wade has 25 years of experience in manufacturing, process development and consulting, including industrial experience in specialty chemicals, pulp and paper, pharmaceuticals and power production.

Kevin Riley

Kevin Riley, PE, LSP, BCEE, is a Senior Vice President and Sales Director of CDM Smith's Industrial Services Group. He has 30 years of experience serving clients in industries such as aerospace and defense, chemical processing, food and beverage, oil and gas, metals and mining, and electric utilities.