6P Green Program coming to Singapore

Sustainable Directions is partnering with Eco-Business to bring the 6P Green Program to Singapore in May 2012.

Tony Innes, the Managing Director of Sustainable Directions says”The 6P Green Program has been very popular with organisations of all sizes in our home state of South Australia, mainly due to the business approach that we take. The program has been developed with a view to help organisations reduce their carbon emissions whilst improving their bottom line.”

The program includes a 3 day interactive workshop, access to a carbon management tool and provision of a range of templates to help participants meet ISO 14001 guidelines. The full day workshops will be held from Monday 14th May through to Wednesday 16th May 2012 at COPTHORNE KING’S HOTEL 403 Havelock Road, Singapore 169632.

The 6P Green Program is suitable for companies from various sectors and provides practical advice and tools to help you:

  • Embed workplace sustainability across your organisation
  • Measure your organisation’s Carbon Footprint
  • Reduce energy usage at your workplace
  • Achieve ISO 14001 certification
  • Introduce “green” products and services

The program in May is limited to 6 organisations with up to 3 representatives from each organisation. The program is ideal for members of an organisation’s Environment Committee and Executives/Managers who are responsible for achieving their organisation’s strategic sustainability objectives.

When in Singapore, Tony Innes and Dale Lamont from Sustainable Directions are also interested in catching up with potential Approved Partners to run the 6P Green Program in Singapore on an on-going basis.

Visit www.6PGreen.com or contact Tony Innes on tony@sustainabledirections.com.au for more details.

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