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  • HUME CITY COUNCIL MANUFACTURING MELBOURNES FUTURE FORUMMonday 29 August 2011

    What is the future of sustainable manufacturing for Melbourne?

    What best case, resource efficient manufacturing business practices can we adopt?

    What will the manufacturing industries of the future look like?

    What business synergies are available to support waste reduction, efficient resource use and new closed loop products?

  • The Business Efficiency Network with support from Enterprise Connect invites you to attend the Manufacturing Melbournes Future Forum. The forum will explore the future of manufacturing through:

    8.15am Registration

    8.45am Welcome, Cr Helen Patsikatheodorou Hume City Council Mayor

    8.50am Todays Menu, Amadis Lacheta BusinessEfficiencyNetworkOfficer

    9.00am What is the Future of Sustainable Manufacturing for Melbourne? Dr. Professor Richard Hames

    9.40am Questions and Conversation facilitated by Mike McAllum

    10.00am Interface Flor- Best Practice Sustainable Manufacturing Clinton Squires, Senior Vice President, Interface Flor Australia

    10.40am Questions and Conversation facilitated by Mike McAllum

    11.00am Morning Tea

    11.30am Futuris- Close the Loop, Industrial Ecology in Practice Steve Morriss, Founder & Executive Director, Close the Loop

    11.45am Usage of Vacuum Distillation to Recycle Trade Waste Water Dominik Michalek, Project Manager- Gravure, Securency

    12.00pm VISYGasifierandCogenerationPlant JoGunawan,SustainabilityCommunicationsManager,VISY

    12.15pm Changing the Leadership Mindset Ian Young, Centre for Sustainable Resource Consumption

    12.30pm TheCSIROFutureManufacturingFlagship SarahKing,Leader,SustainableManufacturing,CSIROFuture Manufacturing Flagship

    12.45pm Integra Systems- Sustainable Manufacturing PaulHughes,ManagingDirector&CEO

    1.00pm Lunch

    2.00pm BusinessIndustrialEcologyNetworkingSession

    3.30pm Afternoon tea

    4.00pm SummaryofBusinessIndustrialEcologyNetworkingSession

    4.30pm Close

    WHEN Monday 29 August 20118.45am - 4.30pmHume Global Learning Centre1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows

    FREEEVENT

    Register:www.trybooking.com/12398

    Web:www.hume.vic.gov.au/business_sustainability

    Presentations and dialogue with leading strategic futurists Richard Hames and Mike McAllum Presentations from best practice Australian and Victorian manufacturers who have implemented processes and infrastructure to reduce environmental impact and improve economic and environmental efficiency Facilitation of an Industrial Ecology Networking Session to enable more businesses to effectively reduce waste, share resources and create new business partnerships Connecting to a wider group of businesses who are working to reduce their environmental impact and create more resilient manufacturing enterprises

    MANUFACTURING MELBOURNES FUTURE FORUM THE NEXT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

    PROGRAMHUMECITYCOUNCILMANUFACTURINGMELBOURNESFUTUREFORUM

    FREEENERGY EFFICIENCYAUDIT VALUED AT $5,000 for one manufacturing business who participates in the forum

    WHOSHOULD ATTEND? The forum is open to all business owners and operations managers with an interest in business excellence, the future of manufacturing and new business resource opportunities

  • DONT MISS THIS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW YOU CAN PREPARE YOUR BUSINESS FOR THE FUTURE

    PRESENTERS

    RICHARD HAMES

    Recently described as one of this centurys most insightful corporate philosophers, Richard Hames is considered to be one of the worlds most influential intellectuals and strategic knowledge designers. President and Chairman of Australia 21, Executive Chairman of The Hames Group, Founding Director of the Asian Foresight Institute and a member of The Constellation, Richard works internationally as an adviser to governments and with many of the worlds most innovative and entrepreneurial business corporations. He is a personal mentor to heads of state, government ministers and company directors across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and South America.

    MIKE MCALLUM

    Based in Melbourne, Mike is well known as a futures architect, author, and commentator on strategic futures. He works with organisations, regions and cities to help them navigate in a fast changing world. Mike is a co-founder and Managing Partner of the Global Foresight Network. GFNs clients are from a broad spectrum of private and public sector organizations across the Pacific Rim.

    CLINTONSQUIRES

    Clinton is the Senior Vice President for InterfaceFLOR in Australia and New Zealand, based in Sydney Australia. In this role he is responsible for local manufacturing and marketing activities, with a particular focus upon organisational development. Interface Inc., led by its Founder and Chairman Ray Anderson, is a leading proponent of sustainable business development and has implemented many initiatives worldwide over the past sixteen years as it moves to achieve its vision of becoming fully sustainable and restorative by the year 2020.

    STEVEMORRISS

    Steve is currently an Executive Director of Close the Loop Ltd, Close the Loop Inc (USA), and all related entities and is responsible for materials reuse, new technology and associated strategy as a member of Close the Loops senior executive team. As CEO of Close the Loop for the first 6 years, Steve developed the original, game changing business model of a co-operative, voluntary, multi-vendor, producer responsibility collection and recycling program for toner and inkjet cartridges. Steve worked with Planet Ark to co-create the highly successful Cartridges 4 Planet Ark program, perhaps Australias most successful ewaste recycling program to date.

    DOMINIKMICHALEK

    Dominik was born in Germany and since the age of 22 has travelled the globe as a Service & Process Engineer in the Electroplating and Waste Water Treatment sector. He lived and worked for 3 years in Mexico as a Project Manager & Process Engineer for fully automated Electroplating and Surface Finishing Lines as well as process introduction, troubleshooting and customer training in the Latin American Market specifically for the Rotogravure and Automotive Industries.

    JOGUNAWAN

    Jo is the Sustainability Communications Manager at Visy which began as a manufacturer of corrugated cardboard boxes in Melbourne and has grown to become one of the worlds leading packaging, paper and recycling companies. In late 2011, Visy will open its latest co-generation gasifier that converts waste into renewable energy, reducing the use of fossil fuels and Visys impact on the environment.

    SARAHKING

    Sarah currently leads the Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative within the Future Manufacturing Flagship at CSIRO. She holds a Bachelor of Forestry Science, and Post Graduate Certificate in Resource Management, and has recently completed her Masters degree, in Corporate Environmental and Sustainability Management, at Monash University.

    IANYOUNG

    As a founder of the Centre for Sustainable Resource Consumption, Ians principle objective is to link the manufacturing excellence community with the enviro-eco-resource networks to reduce consumption of all materials. In his role as facilitator of the Lean to Green program supported by Sustainability Victoria, Ian played a key role in the early adoption of sustainability principles across a range of manufacturing and agri-food operations.

    PAUL HUGHES

    Paul is the Managing Director & CEO of Integra Systems, and has a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours). To keep abreast of the latest in engineering design, development techniques and machinery technology, Paul visits industry-leading local and international companies, participates in technology trade shows and collaborates with recognised experts to ensure Integra Systems remains at the cutting edge. He is the proud recipient of Integra Systems MM Endeavour Awards Enterprise Connect Significant Achievement Award bestowed during Manufacturing Week in May 2011.

  • WHAT IS INDUSTRIALECOLOGY?Industrial Ecology is an exciting and timely framework that provides businesses with a range of opportunities to increase resource efficiency and create closed loop processes and products for triple bottom line benefits. It encompasses:

    Environmentally efficient design Reduced resource consumption Cleaner production Eco-effectiveness, creating clean systems, processes and products Collaborative partnerships between businesses and service providers to share resources and create business synergies Co-location of businesses to maximise business resource and material flows The creation of new products and services from waste streams Business and employment resilience; and increased economic benefits.

    IndustrialEcologyisfastdevelopingnetworks

    across Australia to develop sustainable business

    partnerships.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION on Industrial Ecology developments, please visit the Waste Management Association of Australia website: www.wmaa.asn.au

    WHAT IS THE BUSINESS EFFICIENCY NETWORK? The Business Efficiency Network is a collaborative partnership between Hume City Council and businesses of all shapes and sizes within Hume who are committed to streamlining their business practices to reduce both their operating costs and environmental impact. BEN activities focus on the key areas of Energy, Water and Waste. The wider outcomes of the Business Efficiency Network include:

    Stimulating a diverse economy Creating low carbon businesses Creating innovative enterprises Supporting business learning

    Businessefficiencyissimplysmartbusiness,and

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