Union County, NJ – Union County business owners and managers are invited to attend “Union County Means Green,” a free breakfast networking session and seminar with leading national and local companies, designed to share new green strategies for boosting the bottom line and engaging customers.
Municipal agencies, non-profits and educators are also welcome to attend, and eligible attendees will receive two classroom credits for Certified Recycling Professionals.
Union County Means Green includes panel discussions on recycling, green purchasing, waste management, natural landscaping, community engagement and more. Panelists include representatives from Covanta Energy, which is sponsoring the event with the Freeholder Board, and Office Depot, Cox Printers of Linden, and experts from Rutgers University and the New Jersey Sustainable Business Registry among others.
Attendees can also visit with industry and community leaders at informational displays hosted by Waste Management and Kean University as well as Covanta, Office Depot, Cox printers and more.
Union County Means Green is scheduled for Monday, March 7 at the Donald R. Conklin Conference Center at the Kean University STEM building, 1000 Morris Avenue in Union Township (next to Liberty Hall, across from the main campus).
Come early for breakfast and networking beginning at 8:00 a.m. Panel discussions and presentations begin at 8:45 and conclude at 11:00. Attendees are welcome to stay for more networking and casual meeting opportunities until the event closes at 12:00 noon.
Union County Means Green is part of the Freeholder Board’s ongoing Union County Means Business series. For online registration and more information visit ucnj.org/ucmb or email the Union County Office of Public Information, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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