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Continuing Education Conference Spring 2009

Spring 2009 Clean Energy Opportunities for Boots and Suits Nexamp describes how investment in clean energy has served as a solid business model. Examples are given of costs saved, and renewable energy projects that have led them to success.
  Clean Tech The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production presents Cleantech; Cleantech represents a diverse and large range of products, services, and processes intended to increase performance while reducing or eliminating environmental impact.
  Conserving Energy through Water Management Mary Ellen Mika, Steelcase; Keith Lane, DuBois Chemicals. Steelcase describes the economic benefits seen by cutting down on water usage, and by extension energy usage, and how they did it.
  Cranston Print Works Cranston details how they have established and fostered a relationship with toxics use reduction groups through planning and conservation techniques.
  Energy Conservation Delaware Valley Corp D. Paul DiMaggio, President at Energy Conservation at Delaware Valley Corporation. Examples are given on how ECDVC has reduced energy consumption in industrialization.
  Green Jobs Janet Clark, TURI. Green jobs are defined as positions that alleviate environmental threats to humanity. This presentation describes the employment market as well as the driving forces behind it.
  Investment in a Green Economy Marybeth Campbell, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. A presentation on investment towards a more green-focused economy.
  Metal Finishing Wastewater Treatment David Calnan, CCI. A presentation on reasons behind why to treat wastewater, as well as its sources and ways to properly dispose of it.
  REACH for Businesses Stephen Greene, TURP Continuing Education Conference. An overview on the REACH program. REACH focuses on continued sales to EU, protection of your business interests, planning smooth transitions away from using harmful substances, and managing information flow both up and down the supply train.
  Remedial Chemistry Peter Chandonait, Abt. Associates. A general overview of proper chemistry practices and information. A quick lesson in the fundamentals of chemistry.
  The Clean Technology Opportunity Greentech Engineering. Overview and technology details on business.
  The Green Economy: A Massachusetts Policy Perspective Ben Healey, Staff Director at Office of Representative Frank I. Smizik. An overview of government policies and acts towards development of sustainable development and methods to combat climate change in Massachusetts.
  What Difference does REACH Make Ethel Forsberg, Director at General Swedish Chemicals Agency. A presentation on REACH; what were its successes and failures? What is the future of REACH and similar movements?
  Working with Suppliers to Reduce Water Use Mary Ellen Mika, Steelcase; Keith Lane, DuBois Chemicals. Steelcase describes the economic benefits seen by cutting down on water usage, and by extension energy usage, and how they did it.