Content related to ‘EPA’
After the ENERGY STAR discussion, TFM Forum attendees participated in one-on-one meetings with a select group of product and service providers to discuss the solutions available to improve upon their energy and sustainability goals.
The EPA has released recommended steps to take for schools with older lighting fixtures in order to reduce potential exposures to harmful levels of PCBs.
The guidance — part of EPA’s efforts to address potential PCB exposures in schools — is based on evidence that the older ballasts contain PCBs that can leak when the ballasts fail,
In October 2010, 77 colleges and universities took up the EPA’s challenge to reduce waste at one of their home football games.
The federal agency is involved in activities to assist in managing the bedbug problem.
Top purchasers in the EPA Green Power Partnership program are using more than 12 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of green power annually.
The company’s Construction Services in Indiana was recently named an Energy Star Service and Product Provider (SPP) partner.
The year old initiative monitors air quality surrounding a selection of schools around the United States.
This past March, the U.S. EPA recognized achievements related to waste management and reduction with its 2009 WasteWise Awards.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced last week it expects more than 125,000 renovation and remodeling contractors to be trained in lead-safe work practices by April 22.
The California Landscape Contractors Association has received the WaterSense Label from the U.S. EPA for its Water Management Certification Program.