[Ok-sus] Pollution Prevention for Businesses
jennifer.l.alig at gmail.com
Fri May 4 09:34:58 CDT 2012
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From: Oklahoma City Office of Sustainability <sustainability at okc.gov>
Date: Fri, May 4, 2012 at 9:30 AM
Subject: Pollution Prevention for Businesses
*Workshop: Pollution Prevention for Businesses*
Business owners can discover how pollution prevention and the environment
plays a role in the success of their business by attending a free
presentation, "Pollution Prevention for Businesses," from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. on Tuesday, May 8.
The presentation takes place at OSU-OKC's Student Union Center, 900 N.
Presenter Dianne Wilkins manages the Oklahoma Department of Environmental
Quality's Pollution Prevention Program and has 20 years of experiences
providing training and technical assistance to businesses worldwide.
Wilkins will share with you some simple steps for small businesses looking
to "go green."
RSVP for this workshop at
Small Business Going Green
7 - 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 8
OSU-OKC's Student Union Center
900 N. Portland
The workshop is part of the Oklahoma City Conservation Lecture Series
sponsored by Oklahoma City's Office of Sustainability with funding from an
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant from the US Department of
The presentation is a service of Oklahoma City's Office of Sustainability.
The Office of Sustainability coordinates energy efficiency upgrades and
provides technical recommendations, sustainability planning and outreach
services to City departments and the public.
Sign up to receive a new e-newsletter from the City's Office of
Sustainability by clicking
You'll receive invitations to monthly conservation classes, learn about the
City's energy efficiency projects and receive helpful tips on how to save
money while supporting the environment.
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