Leaks may look small, but they can add up to big water waste. Join us to learn more about how facility managers can assess their water use with an eye toward finding and fixing leaks. We’ll also provide information on how you can leverage the WaterSense Fix a Leak Week consumer campaign to engage staff.
Have you ever wondered how you could reduce your facility’s electric bill?
If you answered yes, then this free half day workshop is for you!
What will be covered?
- The difference between energy demand and energy usage
- How to save money by reducing energy demand
- Real life insight provided by a facility which reduced its energy demand
Participants will gain a general overview in order to reduce their facility’s energy demand and energy costs. This introductory workshop is a great learning opportunity for consultants, facility mangers/owners, environmental professionals and representatives of manufacturing and/or industrial facilities.
Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today!
The Peak Demand Workshop is provided in partnership with Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center.
Management influences to affect change in employee perception of and participation in sustainability initiatives.
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and New Buildings Institute (NBI) are once again joining forces to bring you the premier global event dedicated to defining the future of low energy and zero energy (ZE) buildings.
ZE has captured the imagination of building professionals and energy efficiency advocates as a path to transform the built environment. Nearly all those surveyed believe ZE will be mainstream by 2050. The Getting to Zero National Forum is a platform for changemakers working to realize that vision.
Forum attendees will share perspectives on the growth of ZE, discuss the policies driving new projects, engage in best practices for successful outcomes and collaborate on opportunities for ZE to become the standard for the built environment.
Utilizing an Action Plan to stay on target and achieve success.
The 2018 Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference (ELEMCON) has a simple mission: To provide our attendees with the most content-rich platform to help environmental and energy Managers, Directors, VPs and C-suite executives increase the efficiencies of their facilities, save cost, and reduce or negate their impact on the environment
How we do it: ELEMCON takes a different approach. This isn’t canned presentations from vendors or consultants. We reach out to the actual implementers who have seen it, analyzed it. done it, and reaped the benefits of their initiatives. Our on-stage ambassadors are the industry users with the experience to share their best practices. Take a look at our Agenda and see for your self.
How you’ll benefit: From superb tracks and workshops to presentations and keynotes, your notebook or smart device will be on overload with the information. You’ll learn about how to improve your efficiencies, increase the performance of all facets of your EHS, sustainability, compliance and energy initiatives, AND meet an elite group of peers from across industries.
Human existence and progress is based on a sustainable supply of energy, minerals and water. In order to provide resources, we must understand the complexity of the Earth. Equally important is the need to develop and utilize these resources in better and cleaner ways that minimize impacts. Success will require a consensus on how we work together.
The International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES), the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), the Geological Association of Canada (GAC) and the Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC) are partnering to bring industry, academia and governments and civil society together to tackle these issues.
The Resources for Future Generations conference (RFG2018) takes its theme from a new IUGS initiative of the same name designed to mobilize geoscientists, policy-makers and other stakeholders to explore resource and related sustainability issues.