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EGLE launches new sustainability series webinars aimed to help Michigan small businesses
August 20, 2020
The Materials Management Division of the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has a new line of Sustainability Series Webinars that will help attendees achieve meaningful, measurable changes that benefit not only the environment but also the bottom line! Attendees can strengthen relationships, grow networks, and get connect to the challenges, rewards and know-how of achieving sustainable development goals.
The webinars will benefit all businesses, large or small, local government, non-profits, and the like. Each of the one-hour webinars includes a presentation from an industry leader and allows time for a question and answers.
Those who register and join live will have the opportunity to participate in compelling conversations with industry experts. Each episode delivers examples of real-life sustainability methods and provides a path to identify, prepare, or adopt successful sustainable practices.
Through the series, EGLE aims to promote and accelerate the achievement of environmental, social and economic goals by covering a variety of subjects like energy and carbon reduction, recycling, zero waste, land conservation, green infrastructure and many more to be added throughout the series, while also paying close attention to cost reduction, risk avoidance, enhanced competitive advantages and boosting employee morale.
Register now for the scheduled webinars and subscribe to our Waste Management News and Info and/or Training and Outreach e-notifications at Michigan.gov/EGLEConnect to get notification about newly scheduled webinars in the series.
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