Improving plant energy performance with ENERGY STAR
For over 15 years, the US EPA’s ENERGY STAR for Industry program has worked with manufacturing sectors and companies to develop effective energy management tools and resources that drive savings. The focus of these tools is helping companies build stronger energy programs that support strategic energy management initiatives and finding no and low cost savings opportunities.
Recently ENERGY STAR has been exploring new ways to engage small and medium sized manufactures through local and regional networks. Southside Plant Performance, which was held in Danville, VA, is one example of how ENERGY STAR worked with a group of local manufacturers. This initiative helped the participating companies quickly identify energy savings opportunities while laying the foundations for better energy management practices.
On this webinar, Walt Tunnessen, National Program Manager of the ENERGY STAR Industrial program, will discuss the results of the Southside Plant Performance project and how the Plant Performance with ENERGY STAR approach can be replicated.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
The 2015 Southwest Florida Sustainability Summit is April 30, 2015 and will showcase environmentally sustainable practices for business owners and community leaders in Southwest Florida. Attendees will have access to vendors and exhibitors who provide the means to implement new effective and sustainable programs that save money. They will also be able to attend special presentations and panel discussions, learn why sustainability is important to business and discover how to incorporate easy practices to save money.
Visit the SWFL Sustainability Summit Web site for more information and to register.
The SWFL Sustainability event is planned and organized by Visaggio Community Consulting in partnership with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Southwest Florida Community Foundation.
This event has been approved to offer 6 AICP/CM Credits.
This meeting is a great opportunity to network with other ESI members and helpful DENR staff to further your environmental goals. We will be hearing from three of our new Stewards about their success stories to achieve this prestigious status. We will also be presenting certificates, plaques, and other recognitions to new partners and renewals. And of course, we will have our Steward member Q&A panel.
Register by May 8th to attend this engaging and informative event.
This webinar provides tips and techniques for finding the best P2 information on the internet.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
- Go beyond Google, use appropriate search terms, recover from dead links
- Search good government and professional association sites
- Evaluate credibility of sources
- Find and utilize case studies from other P2 programs
- Contact local vendors for new products and services
- Locate P2Tech and other humans who can help
Laura Barnes, M.S.L.I.S, Sustainability Information Curator, Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, Executive Director, Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable (GLRPPR)
This event is presented by the Pollution Prevention Regional Information Center (P2RIC) and GLRPPR, members of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange.
This webinar will be recorded and posted at http://p2ric.org/ditigal-library/webinars/
Connecting the Dots: Environmental Quality to Climate
Join the Air & Waste Management Association for our 108th Annual Conference & Exhibition on June 22-25, 2015 at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.
This “must-attend” conference will feature a technical program boasting over 400 speakers, 70 technical and student posters, more than 100 exhibitors displaying the latest products and services, social tours and networking events, and professional development courses taught by leading instructors.
Top reasons to attend!
- Premier Technical Program
- Professional Development Courses
Registration will open in January 2015.