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IMPORTANT GREEN IS GOOD BUSINESS SEMINAR THURSDAY
Release Date: December 02, 2008

Greenburgh's energy conservation office is sponsoring an interesting program this Thursday. Hope you can attend the meeting. Today all department heads met and discussed ways to reduce the town's energy usage by 10% in 2009.
If you would like to volunteer your time to this worthy cause-- volunteers are needed.
PAUL FEINER

Going Green is Good Business
 
Thursday, December 4th, 2008
6:30 – 8:30pm
GreenburghTown Hall
 177 Hillside Ave, Greenburgh
 
"Being green", "triple bottom line", "eco-efficiency".
Come find out what this jargon means!
Learn how your organization can reduce environmental impacts, improve performance, and add value.
 
Deann Cartwright, Conservation Outreach Coordinator
**Moderator**
 
Lea Cullen Sustainability Coordinator for Westchester Pks
*Why Green in Business Matters*
 
Steve Slavin Owner, Szuma Contracting Corp.
*Green Roof Project in Greenburgh*
 
Alicia Kelligrew Owner, Coffee Labs Roasters
*Inside & Out- Coffee Labs Green Practices*
 
Elyssa Rothe Coordinator, Energy Smart Communities
*Incentive Programs for Energy Efficient Changes*
 
Judith Martin Principal, Green Home Consulting
*Green Business Practices and Home Office*
 
 
Co-Sponsored by the
 Women's EnterpriseDevelopmentCenter &
Town of Greenburgh's Dept of Energy Conservation.
 
 
 
Deann Cartwright
Conservation Outreach Coordinator
Town of Greenburgh
177 Hillside Ave
Greenburgh, NY10607
914-993-1649
 
 

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