The Oconomowoc Area Chamber of Commerce, along with a dedicated group of local business and volunteer leaders, launched the Green Business Initiative in 2010. While recently renamed the Sustainable Business Initiative, we remain steadfast in our commitment of promoting sustainable business practices in Oconomowoc, Lake Country and beyond. If your business is looking for sustainability resources or would like to join the committee, please call the Chamber office at 262-567-2666.
City of Oconomowoc
Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc.
To help local business benefit from the interconnection of economic viability, social responsibility and environmental sustainability through the triple bottom line management philosophy.
Establish and achieve environmental goals, to promote continuous improvement
Reduce natural resource reliance
Promote use of recyclable materials whenever possible
May 12, 2016
The SBI will facilitate a breakout session titled "Sustainable Employee Engagement" following the presentation on workforce challenges & solutions. Join us for an informatiive, interactive and engaging morning.
Taking time to spend in nature and having natural views can relieve stress, increase memory performance and creativity, and improve attention span. Join us in taking the 30×30 Nature Challenge during the month of June, 2016, so we can reap nature’s benefits together.
October 6, 2016
Tom Eggert, Senior Lecturer Business Sustainability at UW Madison & Executive Director of the WI Sustainable Business Council will present information on state and local trends in sustainability related to employee engagement.
Waukesha County Recycling:
Waukesha County Recycling Specialist
Land Resources Division/Dept. of Parks & Land Use
515 W Moreland Blvd AC 260
Waukesha, WI 53188
Green Tier Program:
Small Business Advisor
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Travel Green Wisconsin:
David L. Spiegelberg - CTA
Regional Tourism Specialist
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
WI Green Masters Program:
WI Sustainable Business Council