The Sustainability Advantage for Sudbury’s Industrial and Mining Sectors

The Sustainability Advantage for Sudbury’s Industrial and Mining Sectors was held on February 22, 2017 at the TownePlace Suites in Sudbury. This event was presented by Green Economy North, Sudbury’s business sustainability program.  Jody Kuzenko, Director of Refining for Ontario Vale, opened the workshop with comments about Vale’s continuous commitment to lower emissions, and the successful programs that have helped improve Vale’s carbon footprint. 

Emily Thorn Corthay, Director of Energy Optimization and Management at Hatch LTD., led the keynote presentation.

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Thorn Corthay has over 15 years of professional experience in the fields of engineering, energy management, project management, and business development.  She focused on the new Cap and Trade program, and discussed how industrial companies can effectively respond to Cap and Trade without sacrificing profit. She also talked about carbon management, and how to successfully implement carbon management plans in the workplace.

The event also featured presentations from the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), and Hydro One about incentive programs that they currently offer to help industries conserve energy and reduce costs.

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For more information about this event, and Green Economy North, please contact:

Richard Eberhardt
Program Manager
richard.eberhardt@rethinkgreen.ca
705-674-1685 ex. 100

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