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Green Business Breakfast Seminar

Carlow County Council, Environment Department in partnership with Carlow County Enterprise Board invite you to join them on Tuesday 28th November 2017 from 8am-10am in the Woodford Dolmen Hotel to take part in our FREE Green Business Seminar.

“We are delighted to host this cost saving seminar to support Local Business” says Jannette O Brien, Environmental Awareness Officer with Carlow County Council, “We would encourage businesses to meet with Declan Keogh Energy Engineer with Carlow Kilkenny Agency and James Hogan Programme Manager with the EPA’s Green Business Programme. Green Business have identified €8million potential cost savings for Irish Business to date with an average of €38,000 per company and will show how to make significant savings through simple “low cost” and “no cost “measures to reduce your water, waste and energy bills.

“Businesses of all sizes can make significant cost savings by focusing on waste in their business. Green Business has seen first-hand how small and medium business owners are generally too busy managing core business tasks to focus on waste prevention.” James Hogan Programme Manager Green Business adds “believe that it is worth taking 2 hours out of your busy schedule to focus on how business can reduce cost by simple No cost and low cost measures.” Declan Keogh, with Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency will also speak about energy management, funding opportunities and the supports available for your business.

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Schedule

8.00am Breakfast and registration

8.30am James Hogan, EPA Green Business Programme

Green Business is smart business

9:00am Declan Keogh, Energy Engineer – Carlow Kilkenny Energy Agency

Energy in your business, the change is in your pocket

9.30am Resource Efficiency in a Carlow Business

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10:00am Tea & Coffee – Finish

 

Places are limited. Contact Jannette O Brien to register or for further information. 059-9136232 or email: jobrien@carlowcoco.ie

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