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Register today to join Niagara Sustainability Initiative and Sustainable Hamilton, in our first collaborative event, for a Breakfast and Learning Forum on April 18 in Stoney Creek.
Learn how sustainable water management can drive innovation and improve your bottom line with practical solutions for your business.
• Understand the urgent need for sustainable water management and the opportunities this presents for industry
• Learn about sustainable water solutions that will improve the profitability and competitiveness of the food processing sector
• Hear about exciting initiatives being implemented at Maple Leaf Foods in Hamilton
Join us to connect with successful business leaders throughout the Golden Horseshoe Area and learn from industry leaders who are taking action towards a more sustainable future.
“Driving Adoption of Sustainable Water Solutions in the Ontario Food Processing Sector”
President & CEO, Bloom Centre for Sustainability, on their Water Innovation Forum results and documented successes from innovative new water conservation technologies
Professor Emeritus of Economics and Arts & Sciences, McMaster University, and international expert on water and food security, speaking about sustainable water management
“Wastewater Technologies in Maple Leaf Foods’ Hamilton Operations”
VP Environmental Affairs, Maple Leaf Foods, providing insights into environmental technologies in their new Hamilton facilities
Bring your business colleagues, enjoy learning and sharing best practices – and come away with practical next steps to implement in your own business.
A special thank you to our Blue Capital Collaborative Event Sponsor Maple Leaf Foods!
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Niagara Sustainability Initiative
Niagara Sustainability Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering economic and environmental vitality within the Niagara region through the greening of local businesses and municipalities.