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2010 Sustainable Manufacturing Summit

Published by Lorie Crisp

November 24, 2010

Is there a business case for sustainability?

Businesses succeed when they become an important part of their customers’ success. With consumers, businesses, and governments around the world paying greater attention to reducing their environmental footprint, Canadian manufacturers and exporters are fi nding signifi cant new business opportunities in providing the necessary solutions that help their customers adopt environmentally-sustainable manufacturing (ESM) practices.

  • Learn what leading Ontario companies are doing in 2010 to achieve their environmental goals and get your company on track
  • Learn how “going green” can help drive sales revenue as well as reduce costs in the new economic normal

Building on CME’s ENERGY 2009: Lean & Green Summit, CME’s 2010 SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING SUMMIT
will examine the latest developments in sustainable strategies for manufacturers on key green topics including:

  • Full Cost Accounting,
  • Energy Effi ciencies,
  • Clean Technologies,
  • Renewable Energy,
  • Carbon Management, and
  • Supply Chain Management

You need to attend if you are a:

  • Senior Executive
  • Environmental Manager
  • Engineer
  • Energy or Environmental Consultant
  • Finance Executive
  • Or anyone who is involved in manufacturing strategies, processes and applications

Register Today Here.

Download the 2010 Sustainable Manufacturing Summit PDF

Download the 2010 Sustainable Manufacturing Summit PDF - With Sponsorship Information

After October 22: $325 +HST CME MEMBER, $450 +HST NON MEMBER
Exhibitors: $900 +HST CME MEMBER, $1250 +HST NON MEMBER

CONTACT ELENA LOZA AT 1-800-268-9684 ext 3278 or


Additional Information

Location: International Centre, Mississauga
Time: November 24th, 2010
Cost: $250 - Members / $375 Non-Members

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