DONEGAL businesses are
being encouraged to attend a free seminar next month
to help make them make savings by preventing waste.
The Green Business seminar will focus on efficiency
and cost savings for small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
through water and energy reduction and reducing
other wasteful practices.
The half-day seminar is funded by the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) under the National Waste
Research shows that Irish SMEs could make potential
savings of up to €35,000 at little or no cost to the
business, just by making some practical changes.
Donegal County Council waste awareness officer
Suzanne Bogan said: "The workshops will give you
access to experts in several fields, who can provide
specific advice and assistance to you and your
Green Business has teamed up with IBEC and Bord
Iascaigh Mhara for the seminar with speakers
including James Hogan of Green Business and Raoul
Empey from the Sustainable Energy Authority of
The event will take place at the Enterprise Fund
Business Centre, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, on
Thursday, November 10 from 9.30am to 1pm. To book