WNY Clean Production Leaders

 

 

A Smart Chemical Management Program

For Local Businesses Leading The Way To Cleaner Air & Waterways

Do you want to find out how managing chemicals can generate real corporate benefit? Is your company interested in knowing more about the chemicals used in manufacturing and contained in your products?

 

Look no further: check out our questionnaire, case studies and collection of best practices!

 

While our project has come to an end, if you are interested in learning more about chemical reduction and our program, contact our Executive Director Alex Holland for more information:
alex@wnysustainablebusiness.org

 

Project Results

Click on the below images for more information about best practices, lessons learned and project outcomes from participating businesses. You can also hear about our project results and lessons learned directly from our participating businesses in our virtual webinar.

 

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Work With Your Local Peers & Take Advantage Of

One-on-one Expert Guided Support For Calculating Your Chemical Footprint

Western New York Sustainable Business Roundtable has partnered with Clean Production Action, NYSP21, CoRE and Niagara Share.

 

The program was supported by EPA and the resources were available at no cost to businesses of all sizes across Western New York. SBR membership was encouraged but not required.

Take A Proactive Approach To Chemicals!

 

This program targeted all small and medium-sized manufacturers & service providers in Western New York. The program helped business that are starting their sustainable journey, or are well established. We offered:

 

  • Expert-led educational workshops, webinars & one on one assistance
  • Support for carrying out the in-depth Chemical Footprint Survey, available for free for participating WNY companies
  • Highly subsidized direct technical assistance to eliminate chemicals, help identifying substitutes and implement replacements
  • Assistance with supply chain procurement tools
  • Recognition opportunities showcasing best local practices

PARTNERS AND PARTICIPATING COMPANIES