Become A Partner
Become A Partner
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- Last Updated on 19 March 2012
- Published on 15 March 2011
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Bartow Community Environmental Management System
When your organization becomes a Partner to the Bartow County EvMS Program you will be actively improving the quality of life for your employees, your organization, and your community. Not only would involvement result in being recognized as a local leader for environmental improvement, but it would increase your media and web presence in the area of environmental sustainability and beyond. You will also be networking with like-minded partners and pooling your resources for a greater impact on stewardship.
To become a partner:
1. Form a team to represent the organization’s environmental management program.
2. Voluntarily choose at least one environmental goal that best suits the needs of the organization and supports the environmental goals of Bartow EvMS.
3. Determine a baseline of your organization’s current environmental impact. Create conservation plans and project goals for future environmental management using the baseline information.
4. Agree to monitor your organizations environmental management progress for one year. Report environmental changes, results, and achievements to the Bartow Office of Environmental Programs Coordination in January of the following year.
5. Choose a new goal for the upcoming year.
6. Publically promote your goals within your organization. Encourage employee involvement and environmental education.
7. Agree to attend quarterly meetings and serve on committees as needed in response to community wide goals.
Bartow EvMS has one program coordinator and one assistant. They are employees of Bartow County government. The program meets quarterly at the Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber provides support in the form of meeting space and meeting and event promotion.
For more information contact
Bartow Office of Environmental Programs Coordination
PO Box 786, Cartersville, Georgia 30120
770-387-5167; fax 770-606-2384
Sheri Henshaw, Coordinator