Purdue MEP Sustainability Services Survey
Is your business looking for new ways to improve operations and lower costs? Purdue MEP (Manufacturing Extension Partnership) would like to offer new services in your area.
Sustainability services allow companies to identify lesser known opportunities to increase efficiencies and reduce overhead through a variety of areas. Affordable workshops allow you obtain valuable knowledge with minimal investment, and these services yield an average ROI of over 20:1!
Sustainable Manufacturing- Did you know 98% of the top global companies are now focusing on sustainability? Learn the underlying reasons to how sustainable business practices can help your company thrive.
Zero Landfill: Dumpster Dive- This fun, interactive training is a great tool, using root cause analysis, to find new ways to minimize purchasing and waste costs.
W.A.S.T.E. Stream Mapping- This Lean-derived tool allows you to map out processes and find inefficiencies in water, air, solids, toxicity, and energy. Companies have identified surprising cost-cutting results from this unique training.
Energy Savings Fundamentals- This is a great introduction and overview to all the energy systems in your facility, and where to look for cutting costs.
Lighting- One of the easiest ways to start saving energy is through quick payback lighting retrofits. Learn how what to look for, how to calculate cost savings, and tips for success.
Compressed Air- Even the most efficient compressed air system is only 20% efficient, which means you can find significant cost savings through best practices shared in this training.
Motors & Pumps- Motors are one of the biggest energy consumers in buildings. Understand how to identify good opportunities for maintenance and operations savings.
Demand Management & Power Factor- Understand how utilities calculate fees and penalties, and how you can save energy and cut costs
Internal Energy Auditor Training- learn how to perform on your own energy audits in your facility to quantify energy consumption and identify projects, both large and small, to reduce energy costs and increase efficiency.