2006 Partner Survey Extended
Thank you to the many Partners who have taken a few moments to go online and complete our annual Partner Survey. We’ve extended the closing date for the survey to Dec. 18. If you haven’t responded yet, we hope this extension will allow you time to give us your two cents on the program. We value your time and participation.
As we begin planning for the annual Blue Level Partner Green Retreat, we would love feedback from our Blue Level Partners on thought-provoking topics and location. Tentative date will be March 2007. Please contact Suzanne with your ideas.
The Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia is seeking to fill two vacancies currently. Know any sharp individuals with knowledge of EMSs/environmental issues, excellent written and verbal communications skills, and a passion for making a difference? Send them our way! Please refer any interested parties to this announcement for details and contact info.
Back by popular demand! P2AD is bringing renowned process improvement expert Bob Pojasek to Atlanta for a Systems Approach for Process Improvement Workshop. Join us in this 2-day workshop designed to help your organization improve environmental performance and identify actions that will prevent pollution and increase efficiency. The training consists of the application of a series of quality management tools (process mapping, root cause analysis, prioritization, etc.) used in sequence. You will work in small groups with technical assistance staff from P2AD, Georgia Tech, and UGA for maximized value for your operations. A real bargain at only $99 for both days! We expect this workshop to fill quickly, so act fast! To learn more and register, contact Janice.
Did you know that the Georgia Department of Revenue offers exemptions for sales tax and credits against state income tax for equipment used to reduce or eliminate air and/or water pollution? P2AD has compiled a Tip Sheet, including the relevant Official Code of Georgia references and contact information for pursuing these exemptions/credits.
Looking for ways to share your environmental commitment progress with your stakeholders? Partners may now easily link from their own Web sites to their Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia Annual Performance Reports. Just select your organization from the list at http://www.p2ad.org/dnr/partners/public, then select your APR and copy the URL for your Web site administrator.
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.