Join Georgia Tech’s Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) for a series of one-hour webinars on energy and environmental issues affecting manufacturers across Georgia. As part of the Pollution Prevention (P2) Program with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), these webinars are designed to provide you with actionable tips and tools covering a variety of topics geared towards achieving a more sustainable Georgia.
By attending this webinar in the series, participants will learn:
- What it means to be sustainable
- How to understand the challenges faced by manufacturers in belonging to a sustainable supply chain
- The roadmap to becoming a sustainable manufacturer
- Common strategies for improving manufacturing sustainability
Speaker: Randy Green, Group Manager, Energy and Sustainability, Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP)
Randy Green leads the Energy and Sustainability team. He oversees the development, transfer, and adoption of energy and environmental best practices and innovations in industry and commercial buildings. In addition, he provides technical assistance, training, and assessment services to manufacturers, and has also authored several software tools to support energy management systems.
His expertise includes Energy Management, Energy Efficiency, Energy Assessments, E3: Lean and Green, ISO 50001, Water Conservation, Sustainability Strategy, Industrial Energy Systems (Compressed Air, Steam, Pumping), Wastewater Treatment, Lighting, and Investigative Analysis.
Randy has an MBA from Georgia State University and a BME from Georgia Tech. He is also a U.S. Department of Energy Certified System Specialist in Steam and Pumping systems, an ISO 50001 Lead Auditor, a SEP Performance Verifier, and a Certified Practitioner in EnMS Industrial.
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