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  Gregory Bell  

Greg is the Executive Director of Smart Business Forum, an initiative that offers companies of 250 employees or less the tools, tactics and training they need to adapt sustainable practices.

He has 25 years experience in corporate communication and has helped organizations advance their environmental leadership and social responsibility. He worked with Johnson Controls to leverage their energy and environmental track record into a major corporate business development strategy. He also worked with the U.S. Green Building Council to launch and promote the widespread use of LEED for New Construction and LEED for Existing Buildings, the industry-leading, green-building rating systems. He also served as a member on Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett's Green Team.

Greg is the former director of global external communication for JohnsonDiversey. He was part of the company's team of experts committed to helping deliver safe, healthy, high performing facilities in the marketplace.

 
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Industrial Assessment Center
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at UWM, funded by Department of Energy, Focus on Energy and UWM, is dedicated to providing technical support for Wisconsin small and medium-sized manufacturing companies to:

Improve energy efficiency (cut energy bill)

Reduce solid wastes (cut waste management cost)

Increase manufacturing productivity (increase profit and competitiveness).

Please contact, Dr. Chris Yuan, Director, IAC, Tel: 414-229-5639
Industrial Assessment Center

Water Technology Certificate
Congratulations to the latest recipient of UWM's Water Technology Certificate in fall 2013:

Daniel Frigge


Center for the Study of the Workplace
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