The St. Louis Regional Clean Air Partnership will be among 40 exhibitors that will be on hand as the St. Louis Regional Chamber hosts its 2013 Green Products & Services Expo. Set for Sept. 25, the event will be held at the Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 Training Center, located at 2319 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The expo is free and open to the public, and advance registration is not required.
All those with a vested interest in corporate sustainability strategies, including facility managers, green team leaders, operations managers, purchasing and sustainability officers and city managers, are invited and encouraged to attend the event, which will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to meet with a variety of green experts and explore products designed to support their sustainability initiatives.
Exhibitors will provide information on a wide range of topics, including alternative fuel vehicles, carsharing and mass transit use, energy efficiency, sustainable lighting solutions, green office products, solar energy, recycling and composting and much more. The St. Louis Regional Clean Air Partnership will have a wealth of information on the connection between going green and air quality, and steps organizations can take to improve air quality.
“If you’re in charge of helping your company go green, or just want to learn more about steps your organization can take to do business in a more sustainable way, this event is for you,” said Eric Schneider, Public Policy, St. Louis Regional Chamber. “We invite you to mark your calendars so you can join us for this special event.”
A complete list of exhibitors is available by visitingwww.stlouisgreenchallenge.com orhttp://www.stlrcga.org/documents/expotables9112013.pdf . Additional event information can be obtained by contacting Erin Hindalong, St. Louis Regional Chamber Green Business Challenge Coordinator at email@example.com.
The Green Products and Services Expo is an initiative of the St. Louis Regional Chamber’s St. Louis Green Business Challenge, which was created in 2010 to help spread sustainable business practices through the St. Louis region. This year, 82 companies, representing more than 100,000 employees collectively, are participating in the Challenge by working to implement strategies to reduce energy, waste, water and impacts on our region’s environment. The St. Louis Regional Clean Air Partnership is a proud sponsor of this year’s Challenge.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber is a broad community of leaders united in pursuit of economic prosperity throughout the entire bi-state region. Our aspiration is for St. Louis to be one of the nation’s Top 10 regions in prosperity, and our purpose is to inspire a greater St. Louis. Together, we work to make St. Louis a more attractive place for people to live, work and invest. Growing the region’s green economy and advancing sustainability are important parts of reaching our goal and fulfilling our purpose.