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Posted in Events by ECO-Buy on February 1st, 2010
Green purchasing is based on the simple premise that every purchase impacts on the environment in some way, and is about choosing to buy products and services that are less damaging to our environment and human health than competing products and services that serve the same purpose.
ECO-Buy is a not for profit Centre of Excellence in Environmental Purchasing, established to encourage the purchasing of environmentally preferable (green) products and services. To achieve this, ECO-Buy offers support to organisations to ‘green’ their purchasing, providing a wide range of services and resources, from policy and strategy development and implementation to practical tools, templates and advice.
Workshops and training session times are available in the first half of 2010. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Events by ECO-Buy on June 15th, 2009
Want to know how to â€˜green your organisation’s spend, reduce its environmental impacts and operate more sustainability?
An Introduction to Green Purchasing is a half-day workshop that is a highly engaging and practical introduction to green purchasing and the benefits it can deliver to your organisation.
Youll receive customised training in ECO-Buys best practice tools and techniques, enabling you to begin your green purchasing journey.
Includes how to get started, what makes a product green, product assessment scenarios, and provides participants with a tailored action plan for their organisation’s next steps.
This training module is valuable for any employee in your organisation, from general staff and purchasing officers to procurement, sustainability and executive managers.
When: Wednesday June 17th, 9am – 1pm or Tuesday June 23rd, 9am â€“ 1pm (lunch included)
Where: 60L Green Building, 60 Leicester Street, Carlton, Vic. 3053
Registration forms and prices available on the website: http://www.ecobuy.org.au/director/events.cfm
For information about this or other ECO-Buy training modules, email email@example.com or phone (03) 9349 0444.