Greening your Business

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A “green business” can be defined as an organization that uses renewable resources and holds itself accountable for the production and human resource aspect of their activities

The goal of a green business is to keep its environmental footprint small, reducing waste and reusing materials as much as possible

Your business needs a healthy planet to thrive in


The role you play in promoting your products or services can positively influence the


long-term sustainability of your business and your choices today – and the way in which you
operate on behalf of your clients, will determine the legacy we leave future generations

This 1 day workshop will educate you and your staff on 

Greening your Business

Thursday 14th October 2010

The Eco Centre,

Muldersdrift, Krugersdorp, South Africa

Topics to be covered at this important event:

Business and Climate Change/Carbon Footprint (An Overview)

Carbon Offsets/Carbon Credits

Energy audits

How do businesses become green

Marketing your green affinity to your customers

Educating and encouraging your employees

Energy Efficiency in the workplace, Lighting, Water, Air Conditioning,

High Efficiency Electric Motors, Vehicles, Travel

Renewable Energy Options

Environmental education and networking

Waste Reduction and Recycling

Alternatives to toxics, paints, inks, solvents

Green your building

“Greenwashing”

The success of green business has shown that it is economically feasible, very sensible and profitable to do business in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way

Companies able to tackle issues such as poverty, climate change and population shifts are those most likely to succeed in the future. This is a view shared by eight global business leaders in a major new publication from the WBCSD
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Coffee, Tea, Refreshments and Lunches included

R1870.00 Incl per delegate  ( If booked before 15 September)

Thereafter R2350.00

15% discount for three or more delegates

SAAEA discounts on application

 E Mail

073 581 3422

Registration Form
Availability on “First come First Served” basis

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