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UT CIS has experienced teams who apply lean analyses to manufacturing operations and identify potential environmental cost-saving opportunities: reduction in use of toxic and/or hazardous materials, reduction in raw materials, reduction in water use, energy conservation, and reduction of solid and hazardous waste generation. We will provide you with the data and assistance to help you complete the Annual Reporting of Hazardous Waste Activities.
UT Center for Industrial Services (UT CIS) wants to help food manufacturers across the state identify environmental and energy savings opportunities at their facilities. Our team believes that by identifying these opportunities, your team can make project investment decisions that improve wastewater operations, increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
By Keith Ridley, Environmental, Health & Safety Program Manager and Danny Norman, Advanced Composites Technical Consultant
The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) met online and in person with five of our UT CIS team members at the UT CIS Nashville office on May 30th. The goal of AEE is to foster cooperative action in advancing the common purposes of its members and to promote activities designed to enable the industry to be conducted with the greatest economy and efficiency.