TORONTO, Nov. 13, 2013 /CNW/ - Partners in Project Green, the largest
community of businesses working together in the GTA to green their
bottom lines, announced a new membership structure to help businesses
reach tangible, sustainable results. Partners in Project Green delivers
programming that helps businesses reduce utility costs, increase
operational efficiency, engage employees, and drive innovation. Over
1,200 businesses have worked with Partners in Project Green since its
launch in 2008.
"This new membership structure increases value delivered to members,"
said Alex Dumesle, Manager, Partners in Project Green. "Through
membership, organizations will gain access to programs, tools &
resources that will aid them in mitigating environmental risk and make
a lasting positive impact on the environment and the community."
With the new membership program, organizations can sign up under four
levels: Participant, Member, Ambassador and Eco-Solution Provider.
Each level includes specific program benefits, commitments, and
associated fees. Benefits include: preferential pricing on programs and
events, access to member only tools and resources, and facilitated
access to other businesses in the network. To see all benefits
associated with each level, please visit www.partnersinprojectgreen.com/membership.
New members include:
City of Brampton
City of Mississauga
City of Toronto
Credit Valley Conservation
Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Molson Coors Canada
Region of Peel
Toronto and Region Conservation
Weston Forest Products
Woodbine Entertainment Group
"The truly unique value of Partners in Project Green centres around
bringing business together to drive results on a large scale. As an
Ambassador, we have experienced firsthand how this collaboration drives
innovation and uncovers new business opportunities for everyone
involved" said Trevor Lui, Director of Operation and Sustainability,
For details on each membership level or to become a member please visit:
About Partners in Project Green
Partners in Project Green (www.partnersinprojectgreen.com) helps businesses in the Pearson Eco-Business Zone unlock collaborative
advantage and extract maximum value from pursuing sustainability
excellence by providing knowledge, effective programs, and access to a
community of like-minded peers. Follow us on Twitter @pearsonecobiz.
SOURCE: Partners in Project Green
For further information:
Media information/registration: Rowena Calpito, Supervisor, Public Relations, Toronto and Region Conservation
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