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FLEXO Magazine : Sustainable EOY 2009
Today 's workplace requires multitasking by every em- ployee, so the 2010 National Environmental, Health and Safety Conference is set to provide attendees with the tools and information to accomplish this goal. Business own- ers, plant managers operations managers, or anyone who is involved in adopting sustainable printing practices and holds oversight responsibilities for environmental, health, safety, or human resources; plus suppliers of EHS equipment and services, should consider attending. Themed "Printing for a Sustainable Future," NEHS 2010 will be held in Indianapolis, IN, on March 15--17. It is the only na- tional event for members of all segments of the graphic com- munications industry who are seeking to gain knowledge in the areas of sustainability, safety, environmental and human resources. Attendees will discover ideas on how to become a certified Sustainable Green Printer (SGP Printer), respond to health care related benefits, support customers in meeting their sustainability program goals, and successfully integrate best practices throughout a printing operation. Now in its 15th year, NEHS is a collaborative effort of the Foundation of Flexo- graphic Technical Association, Printing Industries of America, Specialty Graphic Imaging Association and National Asso- ciation of Printing Ink Manufacturers. SESSIONS NEHS 2010 kicks off on with the Keynote Session "Extreme Recycling at Subaru," led by Denise Coogan, manager, safety and environmental compliance for Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. "Reduce, Reuse and Recycle" is the mantra of Subaru's sole U.S. auto manufacturing plant in Lafayette, IN, which produces up to 200,000 cars per year, including half of the Subaru Legacy, Outback and Tribeca models sold in the country. Subaru's plant set a "green" standard in 2004 when it became the first "zero landfill" auto factory in the U.S. with 99 percent of waste from the plant being recycled. Coogan will speak about the operational decisions, culture and benefits that have accrued from Subaru's unflinching focus on environmental stewardship and how you can apply them to your facility. "Conversations with your Customers," a previously well received general session is back by popular demand. Print buyers will discuss how you can play a key role in assisting your customers in meeting their sustainability objectives. This panel of print customers will discuss the important role that their suppliers play in supporting their efforts in meeting the objectives of their current sustainability programs. Printing for a Sustainable Future Discover Business Solutions at NEHS 2010 6 Sustainable FLEXO END OF YEAR 2009 www.flexomag.com All art courtesy Global Packaging Inc. --- FTA's 1st certified Sustainable Green Printer.