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  • CERCLA Training: Does Your Company Need It?

    #Oct 27, 2009  |  #Jennifer Williamson  |  #0 Comments

    You probably know CERCLA (the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act) as the Superfund.  It’s a law enacted at the federal level to clean up hazardous waste sites...

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  • Six Classes That Will Help You Become More Energy Efficient

    #Sep 30, 2009  |  #Jennifer Williamson  |  #0 Comments

    Interested in running a more energy-efficient home? Changing your light bulbs and shutting off lights will help—but if you want to go beyond that, you’ll need an understanding of how your home uses energy, as well as the renewable energy sources available and how you can cut your...

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  • EPA Training: What You've Always Wanted To Know (But Were Afraid to Ask)

    #Sep 28, 2009  |  #Jennifer Williamson  |  #0 Comments

    The EPA, or the Environmental Protection Agency, is charged by the Federal government to oversee the regulation of chemicals and pollutants in the air, water, and soil for the purpose of protecting human health and the environment...

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  • How to Find an Environmentally Conscious Contracting Company

    #Sep 24, 2009  |  #Jennifer Williamson  |  #0 Comments

    So you want your next house to be sustainable, with a reliance on renewable energy and a tiny carbon footprint.  It’s a great idea, but unless you’re in the construction business, you can’t do it yourself...

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  • Eight Degrees That Will Prepare You For a Green Job

    #Sep 22, 2009  |  #Jennifer Williamson  |  #0 Comments

    You don’t have to be a scientist to make a positive impact on the environment. Students can find environmentally focused degree programs in a wide range of fields, from Social Science to business, health care to the humanities—and you can do it all...

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