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SUSTAINABILITY SKILLS LAB: IS WATER RE-USE RIGHT FOR YOU?

  • 18 Mar 2015
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Conference Centre West, Centre for Health & Safety Innovation (CHSI), 5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, ON

THIS EVENT IS BEING DELIVERED BY PARTNERS IN PROJECT GREEN

Partners in Project Green would like to invite you to its Sustainability Skills Lab series (a hands-on training workshop) focused on the very timely topic of water re-use scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th.

Water can potentially be re-used many times, making re-use one of the most significant ways to reduce water consumption and costs associated with industrial waste surcharges.

The workshop will assist you in clearly understanding:

  1. What your water consumption challenges are
  2. Specific road blocks and barriers to water re-use
  3. Benefits of water re-use

Water re-use experts will participate in a panel discussion to:

  • mitigate industry challenges
  • identify key benefits
  • address industry misconceptions

Business Case Studies: Hear the firsthand experience of businesses that have incorporated water re-use technologies. 

  1. Industry Experts: Kevin Jones, President and CEO, and Jay Mullin, Technical Project Manager, Bloom Sustainability Centre
  2. End User: Samir Pathak, Manager, Environment & Sustainability (Canada), Coca-Cola
  3. End User: Phil Pesek, Environmental Specialist, Chrysler Canada Inc.

Panelists Include:

  1. Industry Expert: Cher Mereweather, Executive Director, Provision Coalition 
  2. Municipal Expert: Mike Bechard, Technical Analyst, Water Efficiency, Region of Peel
  3. Municipal Expert: Muaz Nasir, Water Consultant, City of Toronto
  4. Consultant Expert: Anne Medcof, Water Efficiency Manager, WaterMark Solutions

tool* and reference guide* will be provided to help you evaluate the potential to implement water re-use technologies within your organization by addressing the following:

  • Establishing a Baseline (background survey, gap analysis checklist, third party audits, etc.)
  • Corporate Stakeholder Impact (value proposition, process water re-use, wastewater re-use etc.)
  • Preliminary Feasibility Analysis (value chain analysis, resource allocation planning, preliminary business case development, etc.)
  • Coordination of Next Steps (internal/external communications, partnership identification, etc.)

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