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Focus on Reducing Waste – Increasing Profitability – Workshop

Nationwide Autumn Workshop Series – 09.00 to 13.00 each day

These workshops will focus on how hotels and hospitality businesses can reduce waste (energy, water and waste) which leads to reduced costs. The workshops will also present current information on energy grant aid and supports to enable businesses fund energy efficiency investments.

Who should Attend? Hotel and Hospitality Managers, Accountants and Financial Controllers, Green Team leaders – anyone interested in reducing their energy costs

These are FREE events

The workshops are supported by REPAK and ENPROVA

Workshops Outline

Waste Management – Compliance – Minimisation – Food Waste
Water Management – Do you know how much water you are using and when? Low Cost options to save water and energy
Energy Management – Building efficiencies into your upgrades/developments – Grant Aid (Lighting, Energy Credits, Renewable Heating Incentive) – Opportunities for 2018
GreenHospitality.ie – Developments – Certification (Hard vs Soft) – CSR Mark of Good Practice – GreenTravel.ie
General Discussion – what are your Waste/Water/Energy challenges
Attendee Action The workshop is designed to be inter-active so participants are encouraged to bring copies of your most recent Utility Invoices and prepare any questions that you would like answered
GreenHospitality.ie does not sell any product – we just give our clients/members independent good practice advice.

Workshop Locations

27th September – Co Clare – Woodstock Hotel, Ennis- COMPLETED
4th October – Dublin City – Sandymount Hotel, Ballsbridge
5th October – Kilkenny City – Lyrath Resort Hotel, Kilkenny
11th October – Killarney – The Brehon Hotel
12th October – Cork – International Hotel, Cork Airport

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