2006 Partner Survey
Once a year, we like to check in with our Partners to find out how the Partnership Program is working for you. Please take a few minutes to give us your thoughts on the program and what we can do to make it even better. Click on the link below to go to the survey. It will be available at this site until Nov. 22. We genuinely appreciate your participation in and support of the Partnership Program.
Yellow, Red and Blue Level Partners are invited to attend two free workshops from Georgia Tech in Atlanta Nov. 29. The morning session will cover the basics of an EMS, including the specific requirements for Partners. The afternoon session will look at how to identify, evaluate and manage environmental aspects and impacts. We encourage you to send two or three staff members, first-timers as well as those needing a refresher. If you are a new Yellow Level Partner, we strongly suggest you attend. You will get some great ideas and a head start on both your environmental initiatives and your Partnership Program commitments.
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Blue Level Partner Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corp. will sponsor the next Partner Roundtable meeting Dec. 12. All Red and Blue Level Partners are invited to attend.
Contact Bill Vondersmith to register.
Beginning in March 2007, the Georgia Water Wise Council will award grants for educational water conservation programs. A maximum of $2,000 per grant will be awarded. The following are eligible: educational institutions, commercial businesses, state and local governments, agricultural entities, nonprofits and individuals. Projects may be educational, pilots and demonstrations, research, or implementation. Each project must have an educational component and partnerships are preferred. Application submittals are due by Jan. 31.
Partners have access to many benefits including free, on-site technical assistance. Yellow Level Partners qualify for a baseline assessment that will document your resource use, waste streams and/or emissions. Yellow and Red Level Partners qualify for a gap assessment. This assessment will help you compare your current environmental management practices with the requirements of the Partnership Program or with an environmental management system (EMS).
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