Greenhealth Tracker™ is the newest tool in a line of products being developed by Practice Greenhealth to help its members manage environmentally sensitive systems in their facilities. This sophisticated, yet easy to use, web-based data management tool will help you quantify and manage your organization’s waste and material streams. Track your total waste stream and identify opportunities to save money and manage more efficient operations. If you’re not managing your waste, you’re wasting your resources. Greenhealth Tracker™, Practice Greenhealth’s environmental data tracking tool helps your facility understand how hundreds of thousands of waste disposal dollars are being spent and organizes information by each type of waste. In addition, many facilities do not audit or track their waste spending and do not realize how many surcharges or hidden charges are incorporated into waste management contracts. Greenhealth Tracker allows you to record and analyze your custom waste data volumes and costs, and analyze opportunities to reduce both! This information will allow you to see where to prioritize goals for waste minimization and justify addressing the specific contracts that contribute to particular waste streams.
Stan Cahill, Practice Greenhealth
Stan Cahill is the senior director of membership development for Practice Greenhealth, America’s leading membership and networking association of healthcare organizations making a commitment to sustainable, eco-friendly initiatives. Practice Greenhealth is one of the fastest growing membership organizations of its kind with over 1,000 hospitals, health systems businesses and other stakeholders joining in its first two years. Previously, Cahill was with the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) for over twenty years as senior director of strategic business development in educational new media. Cahill joined Practice Greenhealth in early 2008.
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