GreenTech Series featuring Tulkoff Food Products, December 9

TulkoffTulkoff Food Products Cost Saving Sustainability Efforts
at next RMI GreenTech Series Event 

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 from 5:00 – 7:00PM at Baltimore Museum of Industry

Tulkoff Food Products is a third generation, family owned business, that started in Baltimore in the 1930’s. The company quickly evolved to become the nation’s largest producer of horseradish products for the food service industry. Over the years, Tulkoff grew as a food manufacturer and expanded its product line and distribution network. Today, Tulkoff’s product selection includes ginger, garlic, pesto, scampi butter and many more specialty sauces.  Tulkoff also co-manufactures for numerous national brands and entrepreneurs as well as produces specialized products for many national restaurant chains.

Tulkoff Food Products recently committed to energy improvements which will potentially save the firm 20-25% off their energy bill.  Tulkoff Food Products is a member of the Maryland Green Registry and has been recognized for their commitment to reducing energy consumption and finding ways to provide long term sustainability and financial savings to the company. Their green team has representation across employee levels at the company and offers incentive based campaigns to engage all staff in the process.

Join us to learn more about Tulkoff Food Products sustainability success, and enjoy the opportunity to network with other manufacturers and share resources available to help manufacturers grow and thrive in Maryland.

Only register if you are a manufacturer
No cost but registration is required  


RMI October 7, 2015 GreenTech Series Wrap Up

On October 7, more than 40 manufacturers including General Motors, Chesapeake Bay Candle, Proctor & Gamble and Prime Manufacturing Technologies, Inc., RMI partners and government leaders attended a presentation by Tenax Corporation President & CEO Steve Petrides on the company’s success on energy savings through RMI’s Energy Efficiency Program. In 2014, Tenax spent more than $400,000 on energy, but after implementing numerous changes, upgrades and additions its Baltimore plant, Tenax is already reaping a monthly $15,000 savings! By partnering with RMI, Tenax has joined an elite group of manufacturers in the power of energy efficiency.

Join RMI for GreenTech on Wednesday, October 7


Join us October 7 at RMI’s next GreenTech Series forum.

Meet fellow Maryland manufacturers for some relaxed networking and refreshments from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

Don’t miss this great opportunity for manufacturers only to hear about sustainability programs in Maryland.

Mark your calendar for these upcoming GreenTech Forums:

Wednesday, November 11
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Wednesday, December 9
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join RMI at the July 15 GreenTech featuring Procter & Gamble’s sustainability initiatives and special guest, Roger Campos, Governor Hogan’s Business Ombudsman

Join us on July 15 at RMI’s next GreenTech Series forum and hear from Procter & Gamble’s Hunt Valley Site Engineering Leader, Carlos Nakamichi, and Site Sustainability Lead, Michael Roth as they discuss the sustainability program at this facility. We will also be joined by Roger Campos, Governor Hogan’s Business Ombudsman, who will provide an update on key administrative initiatives and Governor Hogan’s condition.

Roger Campos

Meet fellow Maryland manufacturers for some relaxed networking and refreshments from 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.


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Join us on April 15th at the Baltimore Museum of Industry from 5:00-7:00 p.m. as RMI hosts its manufacturers-only monthly GreenTech Series.


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