The 6P Green Program was developed by Sustainable Directions Pty Ltd specifically for the Australian business market.
The program is continually updated to include topical issues and new developments in the fast growing sustainability area.
The 6P Green Program can be tailored by the experienced program facilitators to ensure that any specific organisational or industry specific sustainability issues are adequately covered.
Organisations from a wide range of industries have participated in the 6P Green Program. A sample of these organisations include:
- Alliance One Credit Union
- API insurance Services
- Avery Dennison
- Beyond Energy
- Cancer Council
- Community CPS
- Credit Union SA
- Environmental Protection Authority (SA)
- Health Partners
- Guide Dogs
- Kelly & Co Solicitors
- Legend Corporation
- Norman Waterhouse Lawyers
- Northpoint Toyota
- NFP Accounting Services
- Pak Rite
- Royal Automobile Association (RAA)
- Uniting Care Wesley
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