Los Angeles, Calif. The Green Manufacturing Conference, sponsored by Canon Communications, is scheduled for January 29-31, 2008 in California's Anaheim Convention Center. The conference will focus on the industry's need for a multi-functional approach to sustainable manufacturing practices. Topics include carbon-footprint reductions, design-for-manufacturing, lean and green, zero waste, green chemistry, and clean tech. New approaches to reducing costs and increasing profits will also be under discussion.
"The Green Manufacturing Conference is an important conference for any company concerned with reducing its environmental footprint and looking for the smartest and best practice way to do so," stated Pamela Gordon, president and founder of Technology Forecasters Inc., and conference chairperson. Gordon will give her keynote presentation, entitled Business Cases that Far Exceed Regulations, on January 29, 2008.
The conference will cover choices in manufacturing methods that support and sustain a renewable way of producing products and/or services that are non-polluting, conserve energy and natural resources, are economically sound, as well as safe for employees, communities, and their consumers. Target audience includes executive, director, and management professionals from operations, supply chain, research and development, product design, engineering, manufacturing, management and marketing, environmental health and safety, and corporate communications departments.
Conference presentations include Discovering How to Significantly Reduce Costs and Increase Profit through Best Practices, Strategies for Capitalizing on the Green Manufacturing Movement, and Making the Case to Your CEO and Senior Management - The Role of the Influencer. More information and online registration forms for the conference are available at www.greenmfgexpo.com