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Free Educational Series for Businesses Presents Become a Green Machine, August 21

Posted on: Aug-12-2013

The City of Fort Collins invites local businesses to the next Biz Ed program, Become a Green Machine, August 21, 7:30-9 a.m., 215 N. Mason St., Community Room.

Learn how to reduce your operational footprint and explore new approaches to implementing conservation and sustainability projects during this workshop featuring ClimateWise business partners.

Panel presentations will include project examples, success stories and lessons learned, as well as:
where to start from a new partner perspective
how to use assessment recommendations as a tool to lower costs
what methods to engage and motivate staff

Registration is required (light breakfast served): http://fcgov.com/biz-ed. This monthly series is designed to help business customers of all sizes save money and improve operational efficiencies with an emphasis on sustainable practices and the environment.

The next program in the series is Small Business Top 10 Efficiency Actions, September 18, 7:30-9 a.m., 215 N. Mason St., Community Room. Learn about how other local businesses implemented low and moderate cost efficiency upgrades that saved money and conserved resources. Brainstorm efficiency actions and discover how to leverage lessons learned to save energy, water and money for your business.

For more information, visit http://fcgov.com/biz-ed, email utilities@fcgov.com, call (970) 221-6700 or TDD (970) 224-6003.


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Free Educational Series for Businesses Presents Become a Green Machine, August 21

The City of Fort Collins invites local businesses to the next Biz Ed program, Become a Green Machine, August 21, 7:30-9 a.m., 215 N. Mason St., Community Room.

Learn how to reduce your operational footprint and explore new approaches to implementing conservation and sustainability projects during this workshop featuring ClimateWise business partners.

Panel presentations will include project examples, success stories and lessons learned, as well as:
where to start from a new partner perspective
• how to use assessment recommendations as a tool to lower costs
• what methods to engage and motivate staff

Registration is required (light breakfast served): http://fcgov.com/biz-ed. This monthly series is designed to help business customers of all sizes save money and improve operational efficiencies with an emphasis on sustainable practices and the environment.

The next program in the series is Small Business Top 10 Efficiency Actions, September 18, 7:30-9 a.m., 215 N. Mason St., Community Room. Learn about how other local businesses implemented low and moderate cost efficiency upgrades that saved money and conserved resources. Brainstorm efficiency actions and discover how to leverage lessons learned to save energy, water and money for your business.

For more information, visit http://fcgov.com/biz-ed, email , call (970) 221-6700 or TDD (970) 224-6003.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Kathy Collier
ClimateWise Program Manager
(970) 221-6700
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