Understanding the relationship between the environment and manufacturing is crucial for businesses, policy-makers, and consumers alike. It guides us towards creating a future where economic progress does not come at the expense of our planet's health.  It's a complex task, but with innovation, commitment, and responsible action, it's an achievable one.


In today's world, the intersection of environment and manufacturing is a subject of critical importance. Manufacturing processes have long been a driving force of economic growth and development. However, they often come with significant environmental impacts, including resource depletion, pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions.

As we move forward, it's clear that sustainable manufacturing practices are not just a corporate responsibility, but a necessity. These practices aim to minimize negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources. They focus on waste reduction, recycling, and implementing cleaner, more efficient production methods.

Within MAD, our experts are focusing more and more on this important part of every business.  Our two experts that focus the most are Alan Tisch and Catherine Bardsley. 

Alan works with manufacturing finding environmental solution with regards future proofing energy efficiencies & compliance through solar energy solutions. 

Catherine is a trainer specifically focusing on compliance with regarding to training staff & focuses on asbestos awareness. 

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