TORONTO, Feb. 28, 2013 /CNW/ - The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices
Association is proud to offer a new program to help restaurants reduce
their impact on the environment and improve their bottom line. CRFA
Conserve is a new online tool specially designed to help restaurants
learn about sustainability best practices for the foodservice
The program features tips and over 60 how-to videos by experts that
teach Canadian restaurant operators how to reduce their environmental
footprint. Conserve will give restaurateurs the tools they need to
reduce their energy and water use and cut down on waste. By using the
best practices on the Conserve site, restaurateurs can save money.
Operators can design their own personalized programs and create a
checklist specifically for their needs.
The Conserve program is free to CRFA members who sign up in March.
Members can register for the program in the member services pavilion at
the CRFA Show March 3-5 at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto. Those
who can't make it to Toronto can email email@example.com to sign up for free.
For more details on the program, visit http://www.crfaconserve.ca/educationprogram/
CRFA is one of Canada's largest business associations, with more than
30,000 members representing restaurants, bars, caterers, institutions
and other foodservice providers. Canada's $65-billion restaurant
industry employs more than one million people in communities across the
SOURCE: Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association
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