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Green Business Summer Seminars 2016
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The agenda’s for the Green Business Seminars have been announced. Come and network with other businesses interested in becoming more resource efficient this May in Shannon/ Limerick, Dublin, Wexford and Tipperary.


Some of the topics which will be covered at the Green Business Seminars are;
SUSTAINABLE PROCESSING • RESOURCE EFFICIENCY AWARENESS • UTILITY MANAGEMENTWASTE PREVENTION • COST MANAGEMENT • ENERGY EFFICIENCY • RENEWABLE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES, FUNDING AND FINANCE FOR RESOURCE EFFICIENCY

9.30 – Welcome & Green Business Update 
James Hogan, Green Business Programme Manager


9.45 – Resource Efficiency & The Circular Economy
Margaret Murphy,  Resource Efficiency Officer, SRWMO


9.55 – Sustainable Energy Opportunities following COP21
Raoul Empey, SEAI


10.15  â€“ The Mechanics of Sustainability: Why sustainability is important in business and how it reduces costs, increases revenues and creates jobs
Jonathan T. Scott, The Centre for Industrial Productivity & Sustainability (CIPS)


11.00 – Coffee


11.20 – Reducing the Carbon Footprint of your Business
Calor Gas


11.35 – Case Study
Neil Enright, Site Deployment Lead for Lean/Six Sigma, Molex


11.55 – Smarter Living for Business
David Willis, Electric Ireland


12.10 – Resource Efficiency in the Food Sector
Geraldine Gregan,  Technical Manager,  O’Connor’s Bakery


12.30 – Energy Turnkey Solutions for the Retail Sector
Alan Dodd, GET Solutions,UK


12.45 – Q&A

 

DUBLIN SEMINAR AGENDA


9.30 – Welcome & Green Business Update   
James Hogan, Green Business Programme Manager


9.50 – Sustainable Energy Opportunities following COP21
Raoul Empey, SEAI


10.10 – The Mechanics of Sustainability: Why sustainability is important in business and how it reduces costs, increases revenues and creates jobs
Jonathan T. Scott, The Centre for Industrial Productivity & Sustainability (CIPS)


11.00 â€“ Coffee


11.20 – Reducing the Carbon Footprint of your Business
Calor Gas


11.35 – Energy Efficiency – Sustaining the Improvements
Eamonn Diver, Engineering Manager, Bewleys Manufacturing


11.55 – Smarter Living for Business
David Willis, Electric Ireland


12.10 – Rottapharm Green Shoots Initiative
Richard Hayes, Continuous Improvement Manager, Rottapharm


12.30 – Energy Turnkey Solutions for the Retail Sector
Alan Dodd, GET Solutions, UK


12.45 Q&A

WEXFORD SEMINAR AGENDA

9.30 – Welcome & Green Business Update
James Hogan, Green Business Programme Manager


9.50 – Sustainable Energy Opportunities following COP21
Raoul Empey – SEAI


10.10 – Case Study 1 (Dawn Meats)
David O’Flynn


10.30 – Resource Efficiency through Awareness
Ronan McGlade, Environment & Energy Management


10.50 – Q&A


11.00 – Coffee


11.20 – Calor on reducing carbon footprint of your business
Speaker to be announced


11.35 – Title to be announced
Phil Walker, Econcertive


11.50 – Smarter Living for Business
Fergus Sharkey, Kingspan ESB


12.05 – Barriers & Solutions to Resource Efficiency
Simon O’ Rafferty


12.25 â€“ Energy Turnkey solutions for the Retail Sector
Charlie Grendon, Managing Director, GET Solutions Ireland


12.40 Q&A

TIPPERARY SEMINAR AGENDA


9.30 – Welcome   
Sean O’ Farrell, Chairperson, Tipperary Green Business Network


9.40 – Green Business Update  
James Hogan, Green Business Programme Manager


10.00 – Promoting Resource Efficiency & The Circular Economy 
Margaret Murphy,  Resource Efficiency Officer, SRWMO


10.10 – ISO 14001 – EMS – What is it and how and can it benefit my business?
Shane Curran, Sure Leaf


10.30 – Energy Efficient technologies for SMEs
Paul Kenny, Tipperary Energy Agency


10.50 – Q & A


11.00 – Coffee


11.20 – Reducing the Carbon Footprint of your Business
Calor Gas


11.35 – Smile Resource Exchange Update
Katherine Corkery, SMILE Resource Exchange


11.55 – Smarter Living for Business
Paul Courtney, Kingspan ESB


12.10 – Overcoming challenges & creating benefits for your business
Mark McConnell, ECOS, Environmental Consultants


12.30 – Compostables
John Lynch, Recycling Consultant, Down to Earth Materials


12.50 – Q & A
 




This event is free to attend but you need to register your place at contactus@greenbusiness.ie or follow this link
Our mailing address is:
contactus@greenbusiness.ie

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