The Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference (ELEMCON) will take place on May 13-15, 2019 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center in Denver Colorado. This is a content-rich, high level experience to help you increase energy efficiency, reduce cost, and minimize your impact on the environment.
They take a different approach by bringing together actual industry change-makers to share their wealth of experience and tried-and-tested best practices to leave you with an arsenal of new information, tools maximize your efficiency and performance, and a wide network of elite peers from across industries.
Unique in its field, this conference will help attendees navigate the ever-increasing interaction among energy, sustainability, and environmental professionals. You’ll learn firsthand from an elite group of thought leaders and change-makers who will share case studies from large enterprises that are navigating today’s most complex challenges in energy management and corporate environmental sustainability.
At ELEMCON, you will discover the most current energy programs and initiatives in manufacturing, refining, transportation, warehousing, healthcare, hospitality, retailing, education, and other industries. You will leave with an arsenal of tools and best practices to help you increase your efficiencies, reduce your costs, and minimize your impact on the environment.
Who should attend
Environmental, energy and sustainability executives from Fortune 500 companies, universities, and government agencies will gather to learn how large organizations are meeting the challenges of complying with environmental regulations, reaching enterprise-wide sustainability goals, and reaching energy management targets.
Who will be there
Environmental and Energy Managers
2019 Environmental Leader and Energy Manager 75 inductees and previous years inductees
Addressing Risk and Adding Value Through Innovation: Redefining What it Means to be an Environmental Steward. This talk will be delivered by Jon Radtke
Water Sustainability Program Director & Chief Hydrogeologist, Coca-Cola North America. He will talk about the importance of taking a holistic look at your organization’s water stewardship program to ensure that you are engaging all stakeholders in the process. He will share lessons learned from The Coca-Cola Company’s water replenishment efforts and provide insights on building resilience and reducing risk in your operations water strategy through partnerships.
Getting Your Hands Dirty with Waste: A Perspective from the Sports and Entertainment Industry delivered by John Marler
Vice President, Energy and Environment, AEG Worldwide, Stephanie Barger
Director, Market Transformation & Development – TRUE Zero Waste Program , U.S. Green Building Council
and Cameron Marcotte
General Manager, The Mission Ballroom. Waste management is the most hands-on aspect of sustainability at live events. Fans are literally part of the waste generation, sorting, and disposal process, whereas energy and water efficiency aren’t as obvious or directly connected to the customer. Reducing waste generation at sports and entertainment events is challenging, however, as turnaround times are short, crowds are large, and contamination is a constant concern.