The annual Green Sports Alliance Summit is the largest and most influential gathering for the sports community to unite around sustainability. The event brings together more than 800 industry stakeholders to learn and share better practices and the latest innovations in greening operations, advancing the supply chain and engaging fans.
The 2015 conference highlights green chemistry and engineering’s role in catalyzing innovation. Over three days, a wide array of topics will be covered—with 5 concurrent sessions every morning and afternoon plus a large poster session.
The 2015 GC&E Conference will be organized around day-long tracks, with a few sessions going multiple days.
Industrial energy efficiency is changing – gone are the days of a single person in a plant trying to manage plant energy use by themselves with an Multimeter and an Excel spreadsheet – now it’s all about integrating energy data into production management systems and empowering decision makers with contextualized historical information and near real-time energy cost forecasting. This year’s ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry will bring you the latest thinking on managing plant energy use, national energy policy and industrial energy efficiency program administration.
Entering its 13th year, E-Scrap 2015 is where the electronics recycling industry meets. With last year’s conference bringing in over 1,300 attendees from more than 35 countries, this year’s conference will offer a bustling exhibit hall, tear-down demonstrations, exhilarating series of presentations, sessions and Q and A’s featuring the leading industry executives and associations. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet new faces, close deals and hear the information you need to know to keep your business ahead of the rest.
For the past seventeen years, the Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention (Partners) have sponsored a statewide pollution prevention conference and trade show. Conference topics have ranged from new and innovative pollution prevention technologies being used in Indiana to training on how pollution prevention (P2) can save facilities money. These conferences have been extremely successful as P2 practices among industry continue to grow. More manufacturers are adopting P2 technologies and methods not only because it promotes environmental best management practices, but also because it benefits the company’s bottom line. Interest in pollution prevention is growing across the entire country and beyond.
The Partners conference will feature a keynote, three concurrent breakout sessions, and a trade show of exhibitors displaying their products and services to promote P2.