The Ecoefficiency Group is proud to be celebrating 20 years in the field of Business Sustainability and Resource Efficiency and we have taken the time to reflect on the large body of work we have completed to assist industries and organisations to become more sustainable. Our origins Directors Nicole Price and Penny Prasad commenced in […]READ MORE
Looking after our precious water resources – have you considered the Alliance for Water Stewardship?
Australians belong to the land of drought and flooding rains and are no strangers to the profound impact they have on our way of life and ability to operate a sustainable, resilient enterprise. As a country, we have a responsibility to look after and conserve our resources. Stewardship is about taking care of something that […]READ MORE
The Energy Efficiency Council and The Ecoefficiency Group are encouraging manufacturers to make steps, big and small, that will have a huge impact on energy savings. Read more at http://www.ferret.com.au/articles/news/top-tips-for-energy-saving-solutions-for-manufacturers-n2531117#W20yFPMacQmTPLRU.99READ MORE
The Ecoefficiency Group was commissioned by the Queensland Department of State Development (DSDMIP) to explore Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing in Queensland. Our report on Sustainable Manufacturing looks at the business case; key issues for Qld manufacturers; product design, manufacturing efficiencies, product stewardship, corporate social responsibility and sustainable business models. Case studies were produced for 7 Queensland […]READ MORE
Judene Andrews, Sustainability Manager for Uniting Care Queensland, was able to formally prove efficiency savings through Measurement and Verification analysis undertaken by The Ecoefficiency Group. The upgrades included 5 solar PV installations, 2 power factor correction units, 6 light upgrades, air conditioning optimisation, water efficiency and real time energy monitoring. The upgrades were project managed […]READ MORE
The Ecoefficiency Group has commenced work on the Clean Growth Choices program in partnership with The University of Southern Queensland, James Cook University and CSIRO. The Clean Growth Choices program is funded by the Queensland Department of Environment and Science. It will assist six Queensland communities to navigate the transition towards long term viability and […]READ MORE