ERA Environmental Management Solutions was delighted to attend the Suppliers Partnership for the Environment 2nd Quarterly Meeting on 27 April, which took place at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility in Georgetown, Kentucky.
ERA has been a contributing members of the Suppliers Partnership (SP) for many years. The SP acts as an innovative industry group, set up to exchange the latest developments in sustainability and efficiency in the North American manufacturing sector.
Co-founder and Senior Environmental Toxicologist at ERA, Gary Vegh, commented: "I found the meeting to be highly informative, addressing some of the most innovative sustainability projects that members are involved in, as well as looking at key developments in manufacturing."
ERA found the meeting to be highly informative, addressing as it did some of the most innovative sustainability projects that SP members are involved in, as well as looking at key developments in manufacturing.
A substantial tour the TMMK facility was also provided. For ERA, it was a pleasure to visit such a world-class facility.
ERA Ingenuity at Work 2017
One of the key speakers at this SP event, General Motor's GM global waste reduction manager John Bradburn, is also set to speak at ERA's upcoming Ingenuity at Work 2017 conference in Philadelphia on 18 - 20 September.
In the spirit of the Suppliers Partnership, ERA made sure to extend an invitation to members to the upcoming ERA Ingenuity at Work 2017. ERA’s annual sustainability conference is set to be held in the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia from 18 - 19 September.
ERA Ingenuity at Work 2017 is set to focus on how to provide the best and most innovative reporting insights for America’s leading manufacturers, with an emphasis on providing facility insight into sustainability and efficiency.
Over three days, ERA’s environmental scientists, regulatory experts and assorted industry figures (including the GRI’s Head of Corporate Relations Alyson Genovese and General Motors’ John Bradburn) will explore the very latest in industry developments, trends and news.
With informative workshops, presentations and breakout sessions, and with new developments like GRI reporting and changing regulations on the agenda, this event is set to be at the cutting edge of EH&S development.
For more information on how to register, and attend this informative and training-focused event, please visit the Register page on the ERA Ingenuity at Work 2017 website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 8, 2017