Posted  23 Aug, 2017 
In: Events

Stemming from the success of AFPA’s Carbon 101 & 201 workshops, and the New Face Of Agri-processing conference, this half-day workshop will identify business case opportunities associated with addressing carbon and environmental process improvements. Led by expert and Alberta food industry partner Brett Wills of Green Enterprise Movement, through coaching and tangible lean & green (L&G) examples, participants will:

  • Understand the details surrounding the new Carbon Levy
  • Discuss as a group the potential business impacts that have occurred as a result of the Carbon Levy implementation
  • Identify related areas of opportunity that generate worker productivity and environmental process improvements, including: sustainable business solutions, waste/water reduction, energy efficiency, employee engagement
  • Identify how environmental performance increases industry competitiveness
  • Learn about specific opportunities and quick wins related to L&G and carbon reduction

The cost of this half-day workshop is:

Cost: $40 for AFPA members / OR / $60 for non-members

Dates:

– Nov. 7 in Edmonton

– Nov. 8 in Calgary

– Nov. 9 in Lethbridge

Time: 8:00am-12:00pm / locations TBC

These events are financially supported in part by The Government of Alberta Agriculture & Forestry and by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

Click here to register.


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