Join in discussion with several Michigan-based companies to learn more about their path to sustainable enterprise this September at the first annual Sustainable Manufacturing Seminar, presented by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality at Western Michigan University’s Fetzer Center. This first of its kind one-day seminar will focus on the diverse stakeholder connections and actions necessary to achieve long-term economic, energy and environmental vitality in the future.
The program is presented by the Michigan DEQ in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Michigan Manufacturing Association and several other Michigan organizations.
The informative dialogue will focus on learning and shaping knowledge about the “Next Industrial Revolution” in sustainable manufacturing.
Who should attend:
- Small and medium sized manufacturers/suppliers
- Local government representatives
- Lean consultants
- Environmental consultants
- Original equipment manufacturers
- Community foundations
- Economic and manufacturing associations
There is limited space available for exhibitors. Registration fee is $45, and includes materials and lunch.
For more information and registration, click here.