Webcast: Environmental Improvements for Profit

09/17/2002


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Plant Engineering presents the Webcast:
Environmental Improvements for Profit


Improve your bottom line through proactive
environmental strategies

 


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until Feb. 11, 2003,


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Join us online and hear from these industry experts:




Bill McDonough Paul Walitsky Rick Dunn
Architect/Author

Manager of Environmental Affairs Editor


William McDonough & Partners, Architecture and Community Design
Philips Lighting Company


Plant Engineering





Federal and State regulations have changed — is your business in compliance?

Keeping current with Environmental Legislation is critical to the success of today's Plant Engineers, and Environmental, Maintenance, and Purchasing Managers.

A solid understanding of current regulations can be a true


Have a cup of coffee* on us and learn how lighting products that satisfy the Universal Waste Rule can


Record Keeping
Labeling Requirements
Training
Storage of Hazardous Wastes
Violations and Penalties.




In this one-hour Webcast, Bill McDonough, best selling author/architect (Cradle to Cradle, Remaking the Way We Make Things) will highlight how leading companies are proactively designing facilities and processes for environmental optimization.


Paul Walitsky, Environmental Manager of Philips Lighting Company, will present a case study illustrating how environmentally friendly lighting impacted the bottom line for one major manufacturer.

Tune into this special Technology Broadcast to learn how you can improve your bottom line through proactive environmental strategies .

The Webcast program includes:

Why is environmental optimization so important?
Rick Dunn, PLANT ENGINEERING Magazine

How is the market responding?
Bill McDonough, Architect/Author

How does lighting fit in?
Bill McDonough

Philips' Response-Philips' pro-active environmental strategy:
A Case Study on Environmental Lighting Solutions, 'Julius Koch, USA '
Paul Walitsky, Philips Lighting Company

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* Starbucks Coffee for the first 100 participants. A Philips MP3 Player - ''Rip it, Burn it, Play it'' - to one luck randomly selected participant.



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