LOED Energy Series Helping businesses profit by minimising overheads
The Logan Office of Economic Development (LOED) is hosting the final in a series of events to help local businesses make significant cuts in energy, water and waste expenses.
The last instalment of the LOED Energy Series is a networking opportunity and an in-depth case study with Logan waste solutions business Mil-tek. Mil-tek helps businesses manage waste more efficiently through a range of easy-to-use waste balers and compactors and offers free lean waste mapping services to help Logan businesses reduce their waste costs and divert recyclable waste from landfill.
You’ll hear from Managing Director, Rachel Baigent who will share the energy and cost savings Mil-tek has achieved, as well as the benefits of participating in the CCIQ ecoBiz program.
ecoBiz is a free program, funded by the Queensland Government that helps businesses reduce energy, waste and water costs and save money through sustainable initiatives.
ecoBiz coaches will be on hand to share tips and tricks, and help attendees develop and implement action plans to ultimately increase efficiencies in their businesses.
This free event will be hosted between 5pm to 7pm on Tuesday 30 April at HELP Enterprises’ new facility in Crestmead. Mil-tek has recently partnered with HELP Enterprises to train HELP staff (people with a disability) to use waste compactors and place them in jobs.
For more information and to register, visit the event page.
Phone: +61 7 3412 4888
Logan Office of Economic Development
150 Wembley Road
Logan Central QLD 4114