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WEBINAR: Understand Municipal Environmental Regulations and How it Impacts Your Business

Date: September 21, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 EST

How compliance at the local level can reduce an organization’s risk and promote project success

Municipal environmental regulations are in place to protect not just the health of the land, but also of the public. Without an understanding of the how and why behind local environmental regulations, companies risk endangering communities, as well as facing fines, penalties or other sanctions.

How can organizations ensure they are fully compliant while also taking full advantage of their municipality’s regulations and incentives?

Join Regulatory Content Specialist Adelia Aczynski on September 21 to learn how meeting local requirements related to environmental protection can not only protect your organization, but also transform your organization’s bottom line and community relationships.

This seminar will help participants gain an understanding of the significance behind bylaws regulating water, waste and energy and how organizations can leverage civic initiatives to benefit their organization. This information can not just ensure business and operating practises meet City Hall’s standards, it can also help companies adopt progressive policies that align their corporate strategy with the values of their community.

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