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November 1 SWMSBF Program
Charting a Course for Net Zero Energy
Benchmarking and Conservation Measures in Existing Commercial/Industrial Facilities
November 1, 12-2PM | Lunch & Panel

Thank you to all who attended our Project Zero Energy kickoff!
Special thanks to our panelists, Mark Lee, Tim Skrotzki, Chris Caprara, and John Kinch.

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Welcome to our newest SWMSBF Board members!


Brendan Molony
is a graduate of Aquinas College and Sustainability Coordinator for the Bronson Healthcare Group. Focusing on waste reduction, mobility, green building design, local/healthy food, green cleaning, and smarter purchasing, Brendan has helped Bronson become one of the top 50 Green hospitals in the country. When he is not working on sustainability issues, you can find Brendan running on trails throughout Kalamazoo.

Michelle Wregglesworth is a project executive for Miller-Davis Company, a full-service construction company headquartered in Kalamazoo. Michele has 30 years of experience in the construction industry, including LEED certified projects at Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College. She has a degree in civil engineering from Michigan Technological University and is a veteran of the US Army. She is LEED accredited and holds a certificate of management in Building Information Modeling (BIM).

  
Mark Lee is principal and founder of Better World Builders, LLC. To date, he and his team have retrofitted and corrected the performance of more than 1,500 homes and commercial buildings. Better World Builders recently received recognition from Michigan's Governor's Energy Excellence Awards for their work on a 1922 home in Kalamazoo. Mark's dream is to see Kalamazoo become the most sustainable community in the state of Michigan. He takes pride in living in the Great Lakes State, and when not busy with work, he enjoys biking, kayaking, and spending time with his wife and two daughters and their dog, Clementine.





The mission of the Southwest Michigan Sustainable Business Forum is to promote business practices which demonstrate environmental stewardship, economic vitality, and social responsibility.
 

You are invited to join the SWMSBF today!  

 

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Southwest Michigan Sustainable Business Forum  •  c/o Kalamazoo Nature Center

7000 N Westnedge Ave  •  Kalamazoo, MI 49009

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