WWF Adria is starting the implementation of a project to reduce food waste in hotels in Croatia and Serbia, and is looking for a consultant or organization experienced in implementing sustainable solutions in the hospitality sector.WWF will help develop and implement solutions focused on preserving hotel food, based on principles HotelKitchen.”The person we hire will work closely with selected hotels and employees in the process of changing to a zero waste solution strategy.” points out WWF Adria.A description of the required qualifications (see attached), send applications to [email protected] by October 30, and point out “Hotel Food Conservation Program Consultant” as a subject, conclude WWF Adria.Side dish: Job description of a consultant in the Food Waste program of WWF Adria
Before the change, auditing of the fund had also been the responsibility of Arion Bank, but from now on Frjálsi said it would entrust the internal audit of the fund to an auditing company. Arnaldur Loftsson, chief executive of Icelandic pension fund Frjálsi, has had his employment status changed as part of a move to distance the fund from its manager Arion Bank.The supervisory board of Frjálsi last week decided to make Loftsson an employee of the fund, rather than of the bank. The decision was taken in conjunction with Arion Bank, which has been managing the fund’s operations since 2008.The change is aimed at ensuring the pension fund’s independence from the bank, Frjálsi announced.The pension fund said that one reason behind the move towards its increased independence was to reduce the risk to its reputation that an operating arrangement with a bank could entail.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich –Presque Isle Electric & Gas construction crews have begun preparing to move operations from their old building to a new state–of–the–art facility.Crews have almost completed laying the underground water main as well as sanitary and storm utilities.According to the organization’s CEO Tom Sobeck, the approximate 22-million-dollar project will generate a significant tax revenue for Onaway.Sobeck also said their mission is to provide reliable and affordable energy, other services and improve quality of life for its members.It is not confirmed when the project will be completed but Sobeck is confident it will help accomplish their mission.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Northern Strike gears up for fire exerciseNext Michigan Attorney General says Secretary DeVos is rerouting relief money to private schools