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Certificates of Attendance will be provided for those attendees who also want to use this conference for credit toward Professional Certifications such as a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager.
Jean Waters is a business sustainability consultant working with small-to-medium-sized businesses on sustainable business processes and strategies to analyze their triple bottom line (TBL).
TBL is an accounting framework (known as People, Planet and Profit) that goes beyond traditional measures of profits, return on investment, and shareholder value to include environmental and social dimensions.
Waters focuses on strategic planning, root cause analysis, environmental management, and pollution prevention (P2). She has more than 25 years of experience assisting businesses in P2 and sustainability, energy efficiency, and waste prevention.
Waters was Deputy State Director for the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC), where she supervised and worked with NBDC consultants in the small business development centers, the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers, the Pollution Prevention Regional Information Center, the Technology Commercialization Program, and the Export Program.
Waters previously served as Program Manager for the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange national network and was director of the Pollution Prevention Institute at Kansas State University. She has a Master of Science in chemical engineering and is an Economic Development Finance Professional.
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About the Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention
In 1996, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management facilitated the development of the Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention (Partners). Since then, the membership has grown to approximately 100 organizations. The Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention is comprised of Indiana industries, businesses, nonprofit organizations and governmental entities that are interested in pollution prevention (P2), as well as the financial and environmental benefits P2 projects can bring. The Partners realize that pollution prevention is the arena where the environment and economics can meet on common ground, and successful practices and approaches can be promoted to achieve measurable reduction of pollution in Indiana. The Partners also provide a forum where Indiana businesses can network, exchange ideas about P2 experiences, and discuss how P2 fits into current and future IDEM programs.