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E3: Economy, Energy and Environment

E3 brings together federal agencies, states and local communities for a broad discussion on how to connect respective programs to deliver responsive, coordinated solutions in a manufacturing environment. The E3 program facilitates collaboration among groups with common interests and a common agenda. E3 focuses on strengthening small to medium sized American manufacturers, which represent the largest proportion of the manufacturing sector. State and local communities use the E3 framework to help boost local economies to achieve their sustainability goals.

E3 Video: Revitalizing American Manufacturing

The topic of sustainability often centers on the triple bottom line of economic considerations, social responsibility and the environment. In these challenging times, more and more manufacturers are adopting sustainability into their overall business strategies. They understand how sustainable business practices reduce waste, improve the efficiency of their operations and position their firms to be more competitive in the global marketplace. Small- to- medium sized manufacturers, however, often lack information to integrate practical, sustainable approaches in their operations.

E3 Website

Visit a website dedicated to E3 and the Green Suppliers Network: bringing together federal agencies, states and local communities for a broad discussion on how to connect respective programs to deliver responsive, coordinated solutions in a manufacturing environment.

And that is where E3 can help: A joint collaboration among five U.S. federal agencies: the Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Department of Commerce (DOC), the Small Business Administration (SBA), the Department of Labor (DOL), the Department of Energy (DOE), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), E:3 pulls the agencies’ resources and expertise together, and works directly with local utilities, local government and communities to help small- and medium-sized manufacturers. Get more information.

Or for more information contact:

Kristin Pierre (pierre.kristin@epa.gov)
Program Manager, US EPA
800-601-4589

Ben Vickery (ben.vickery@nist.gov)
Sustainability Program Manager, US DoC
301-975-2954

Scott Hutchins (scott.hutchins@hq.doe.gov)
Parntership Development, US DOE
202-586-0670

Rachel Newman Karton (rachel.newman@sba.gov)
Program Manager, SBA
202-619-1816

Kevin Thompson (thompson.kevin@dol.gov)
Workforce Analyst, DOL
202-693-2925

Jeanette Waters (jeanette.waters@osec.usda.gov)
Project Manager, USDA
202-720-7040

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