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EP Engineered Clays' Technical Team Speaking at Guadalajara Edible Oil Conference

Posted by Julie Brown

Mar 8, 2019 2:44:06 PM

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The 20th Annual Practical Short Course Advanced Oilseed and Oil Processing Conference is March 11-13, 2019 in Guadalajara, Mexico. The scientific conference focuses on all areas of edible oil production including Oilseed and Oil Processing, Palm & Seed Oil Quality Management, Chemistry and Processing of Oilseed, Energy Management, and By-Product Valorization, Edible Oil Filtration, and Oil Bleaching.

Jorge Bello, EP Engineered Clays' Global Technical Service Manager for Clay Catalysts will be presenting “Oil Bleaching and Processing.” Victor Trevisani, EP Engineered Clays' Latin America Technical and Sales Manager will present “Filtration Best Practices: Adequate Selection of Filter Media.”

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Topics: engineered materials, EP Engineered Clays, bleaching clays, clay catalyst, edible oil

EP Minerals and EP Engineered Clays: Vigilant About Safety Every Day

Posted by Julie Brown

Jan 21, 2019 2:13:51 PM

handsHere at EP Minerals and EP Engineered Clays, we have a unique way to kick off every week. One of our team members writes up the EP Way Fundamental of the Week and shares it with everyone in the company. It's always interesting to see how different people interpret our fundamentals, even though they're all variations on a consistent theme. We learn more about each other and see the fundamental of the week through another person's eyes, which is always insightful, given the wide variety of what our employees do.  Our culture and fundamentals are what makes EP Minerals different than any other company. These principles guide all of us in how we conduct ourselves, how we make decisions and how we do business every day. 

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Topics: EP Minerals, company culture, EP Engineered Clays

Is company culture important? EP Minerals can answer that question

Posted by Julie Brown

Jan 4, 2019 11:26:52 AM

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What’s the most important thing to employees? More than likely you said compensation. Well, that’s not the most important thing anymore. In a recent Gallup survey, 95% of employees said that having an engaging company culture was more important than compensation. And, with employees younger than 30 years old, the number was even higher. The Gallup survey also stated that “disengaged” workforces cost companies more than $450 billion every year. Bottom line: Building an engaging culture is critical to the success of any company.

So, how can you create an engaging culture at work?

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Topics: EP Way, EP Minerals, company culture, EP Engineered Clays

    

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