WNC and greenUP! hosted a free auto body and auto repair workshop for auto shops, automotive industry professionals and students. Topics covered are environmental best management practices (BMPs), alternatives to harmful cleaners and solvents, electric vehicles, and how to become green certified in the state of Nevada. Watch nine (9) video recordings.
Watch recorded videos to learn from the leaders in the field who support sustainability and ecotourism, one of the fastest growing markets in the industry. In May 2021, green lodging experts shared tips and best management practices for energy and water efficiency, food and waste management, customer engagement, and sustainable transportation.
These nine (9) trainings address the many challenges that Metal Manufacturers and Finishers face in today’s marketplace including managing hazardous materials, compliance with environmental inspections and regulations and marketplace competitiveness. The training is virtual so can be viewed anytime. Certificate available upon completion.
GreenACTnv, a 501 (C3) educational non-profit promoting sustainable practices, renewable energy, and environmental responsibility in the way we work, play and live, hosted several Webinars. Visit the GreenACTnv page to view all four:
· How to Become a Green Business in Nevada
· Gardening Your Ecotype, Responsible Landscaping Options for the Western Great Basin and Sierras
· The Current Drought in Nevada – How did it develop and how can you prepare for the summer?
· Yard-Worthy Native Pollinator Plants and Why They’re Important
This webinars series addresses the continued benefits of sustainable practices during and after COVID-19. Such practices not only preserve Nevada’s natural resources for future generations, they help businesses keep their costs low by reducing waste, reducing water use, and improving efficiencies in everyday business functions. These environmental practices also help keep employees healthy and engaged, enable businesses to comply with regulations, and help attract conscientious customers.