Be a Green Business Leader: Your Business Benefits
More South Jersey businesses are on track to step up energy saving efforts after attending Sustainable Cherry HillвЂ™s second business breakfast November 15, вЂњBe a Green Business Leader: YOUR Business Benefits.вЂќ Mayor Chuck Cahn offered the audience an update on how the township is saving tax dollars through sustainable business practices and indicated that work is underway to develop a Master Plan for sustainability. Camden County Office of Sustainability coordinator Chris Waldron, who has been in the post since June offered his outlook on plans in the works by the county to help businesses and residences become more sustainable.
Sustainable Cherry Hill members Tony Tancini of Marstel-Day and Chris Eattock of Faithful+Gould gave an overview of the no cost, low cost and high impact methods businesses can undertake to reduce the carbon footprint. NJ Clean Energy incentives (www.njcleanenergy.com) and the Direct Install program offer ways for businesses to reduce the cost of starting an energy-saving program. Tony & Chris provided solid advice on why businesses should cut energy use: вЂњGreening today benefits your employees, operations, and your long term bottom line. Greener buildings and operations have been studied to document lower energy and operational costs; productivity enhancements; and sick time reductions in a broad range of environments.вЂќ
The event at Caffe Aldo Lamberti included a buffet breakfast and networking among the Platinum Leadership and Green Leadership sponsors.
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October 5, 2012
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