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Additional  Informative and Educational Events

     
Our Partners in Conservation
 

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Green Masters Program prepare and share a Monthly Newsletter. The newsletter has become a dependable source of interesting information, scheduled events, conferences, training.

For the month of October the WSBC has had to breakup the Newsletter into two editions. This, the first edition, highlights a number of announcements and deadlines for upcoming events taking place within the state.  Especially noteworthy is one of the stops on the agenda of the WSBC conference (December 12th)  The Circular Economy; How Businesses are Rethinking Waste and Using it as a Profit Center.  Perhaps some help addressing one of the most persistent questions "how do I recycle my     Fill  In   The   Blank   "

Also worth mentioning is the link to a podcast produced by Amanda Goetsch,  manager of the University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management program. This podcast (season 1 episode 2) features Jessy Servi Ortiz managing director of the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. Jessy and Amanda cover a wide range of topics in a discussion. I found it to be interesting, informative, and “drivetime worthy” 

WSBC October Newsletter 1st edition 


WSBC October Newsletter 2nd edition


The Wisconsin Sustainability Council's Green Masters Program 

Learn More                                                                                                             Apply Now

     
Our Partners in Conservation
 

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Green Masters Program prepare and share a Monthly Newsletter. The newsletter has become a dependable source of interesting information, scheduled events, conferences, training.

For the month of October the WSBC has had to breakup the Newsletter into two editions. This, the first edition, highlights a number of announcements and deadlines for upcoming events taking place within the state.  Especially noteworthy is one of the stops on the agenda of the WSBC conference (December 12th)  The Circular Economy; How Businesses are Rethinking Waste and Using it as a Profit Center.  Perhaps some help addressing one of the most persistent questions "how do I recycle my     Fill  In   The   Blank   "

Also worth mentioning is the link to a podcast produced by Amanda Goetsch,  manager of the University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management program. This podcast (season 1 episode 2) features Jessy Servi Ortiz managing director of the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. Jessy and Amanda cover a wide range of topics in a discussion. I found it to be interesting, informative, and “drivetime worthy” 

WSBC October Newsletter 1st edition 


WSBC October Newsletter 2nd edition


The Wisconsin Sustainability Council's Green Masters Program 

     
Our Partners in Conservation
 

The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Green Masters Program prepare and share a Monthly Newsletter. The newsletter has become a dependable source of interesting information, scheduled events, conferences, training.

For the month of October the WSBC has had to breakup the Newsletter into two editions. This, the first edition, highlights a number of announcements and deadlines for upcoming events taking place within the state.  Especially noteworthy is one of the stops on the agenda of the WSBC conference (December 12th)  The Circular Economy; How Businesses are Rethinking Waste and Using it as a Profit Center.  Perhaps some help addressing one of the most persistent questions "how do I recycle my     Fill  In   The   Blank   "

Also worth mentioning is the link to a podcast produced by Amanda Goetsch,  manager of the University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management program. This podcast (season 1 episode 2) features Jessy Servi Ortiz managing director of the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. Jessy and Amanda cover a wide range of topics in a discussion. I found it to be interesting, informative, and “drivetime worthy” 

WSBC October Newsletter 1st edition 


WSBC October Newsletter 2nd edition


The Wisconsin Sustainability Council's Green Masters Program 


Our Partners in Conservation

When

Thursday, October 17, 2019

8:00 AM to 11:00 AM CDT
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8:00am   Coffee/Networking

9:00am   Program

11:00am  Meeting Concludes

8:00am   Coffee/Networking

9:00am   Program

11:00am  Meeting Concludes

Where

M-WERC 2nd Floor Space 
4201 N. 27th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53216  

 
Driving Directions 

Contact

Michael J Hanson 
Midwest Energy Research Consortium 
4144448208 
info@m-werc.org

Member Meeting

The 30th Street Corridor's Talent Hub: Delivering Talent Development for the Energy, Power and Controls Industrial Sector 

The Energy, Power, and Controls sector has been experiencing an explosion of need in skilled workers. M-WERC's WERCBench Labs Program, Prototyping Lab, and collaboration with State and Federal funding agencies has helped take necessary steps towards establishing a talent pipeline to fit these workforce needs. Join us as we discuss successes in 2019 and exciting new opportunities M-WERC will strive for in the coming years.


Please join us for this event by registering below:





Compressed air efficiency opportunities
Identify, analyze & implement

Wednesday November 6 • 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

The Florian Gardens Conference Center, 2340 Lorch Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701

Do you want to make your compressed air system work better for your organization? By enhancing compressed air system efficiency, you will see improved reliability, product quality, and overall productivity. Do you know how to identify opportunities for improvements? Join us to find out how you can make impactful changes at your facility. We’ll discuss the associated cost of operating a compressed air system, identify best practices, and share proven energy reduction opportunities; as well as the latest compressed air system trends and technologies.

AS A RESULT OF THIS TRAINING, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

1. Discuss the associated cost of operating a compressed air system.

2. List key performance indicators used to validate system performance.

3. Describe compressed air system operations best practices.

4. Identify energy reduction opportunities.

AGENDA

8 a.m. - Registration and continental breakfast

8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. – Program and lunch

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Introduction: Compressed air system block diagram (supply & demand side)
  • Compressed air rules of thumb—cost of operations
  • Inappropriate uses of compressed air and alternatives
  • Key performance indicators and trend analysis
  • Compressed air action plan
  • Optimizing compressed air systems
  • Energy reduction opportunities
  • Best practices and new technologies
  • Implement cost saving measures—reduce simple payback with incentives

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Plant managers, maintenance personnel, consultants, facility managers, energy managers, utility representatives, plant engineers and anyone with interest in optimizing compressed air systems.

This class qualifies for the following credits:

 AFE  AIA  BOC  BOMI  IACET  WI PE  WI-DSPS

Additional Details and Registration  

Be sure to use the WAEE promo code PARTNER50

 


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