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|Subject: Re: Cost factors for municipal projects||Date: 10/27/2002 8:56 AM|
|Author: Inahaze||Number: 1654 of 1656|
I just happened across your post. Your concept seems sound enough but I'm afraid I don't have anything concrete to offer by way of actual modelling. However, Chris (aka deadheadfool), who (I believe) began the Sustainable Business board, is probably a very good person to help. You probably saw his recent post about his new website, but, just in case, here's the URL:
As I understand it, Chris consults with businesses about how to (re)make themselves into sustainable businesses.
Another thought, which may be way off target, is a for-profit consultancy of European origin that now has begun to secure a foothold in the U.S. Its acronym is ERM (Envionmental Resources Management?) and its website is at:
Sorry not to have more specific, clearer info, but it's a start. Good luck.
P.S. It would be great if you let the board know of any findings you feel like sharing. I'd be really interested.
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