Tag: CSO

Chief sustainability officer, sometimes known by other titles, is the corporate title of an executive position within a corporation that is in charge of the corporation’s “environmental” programmes. Several companies have created such environmental manager positions in the 21st century to formalize their commitment to the environment. Normally these responsibilities rest with the facility manager, who has provided cost effective resource and environmental control as part of the basic services necessary for the company to function.

Ten Emerging Stormwater Management Best Practices

Ten Emerging Stormwater Management Best Practices

“I don’t think I’d have been in such a hurry to reach maturity if I’d known the whole thing was going to be ad-libbed.” –Bill Watterson

Past Stormwater Paradigms
Way back in 2001 (when some of you were in junior high, I was reminded), I wrote an article for ­Stormwater ­magazine called “Stormwater ­Paradigms.”

A Better Plan to Manage Stormwater

A Better Plan to Manage Stormwater

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) approved StormChambers for One Loudoun, a large mixed-use development in Ashburn, Loudoun County, VA. It was one of the first applications where VDOT runoff water—combined with private runoff water—went to this type of system, notes Steve Pandish, director of water resources for the engineering

Ten Emerging Stormwater Management Best Practices

“I don’t think I’d have been in such a hurry to reach maturity if I’d known the whole thing was going to be ad-libbed.” –Bill Watterson

Past Stormwater Paradigms
Way back in 2001 (when some of you were in junior high, I was reminded), I wrote an article for ­Stormwater ­magazine called “Stormwater ­Paradigms.”

Project Profile: Permeable Pavers Help Lancaster Fight CSOs

Project Profile: Permeable Pavers Help Lancaster Fight CSOs

If you need to build a municipal project, it makes sense to make it green—especially if it brings you into compliance with EPA, saving taxpayer dollars at the same time.

Case in point: Lancaster, PA, and the plans it has made to deal in a proactive way with combined sewer overflows

Ray Barry Joins Vecoplan, LLC

Ray Barry Joins Vecoplan, LLC

ARCHDALE, NORTH CAROLINA – July 1, 2015 —– Effective August 1, 2015, Ray Barry will join Vecoplan, LLC as Sales Manager – Mobile, Document Destruction & Paper Recycling Division. Formerly Deputy Executive Director for the National Association for Information Destruction (NAID), Mr. Barry has also served as dean of shred

Safety: Taking Care With OSHA’s First Aid Requirements

Safety: Taking Care With OSHA’s First Aid Requirements

It’s Unfortunate, but accidents do happen at work. An employer can have a thorough training program and require all the right personal protective equipment, and employees still get injured. That’s why OSHA requires employers to make first aid and medical services available to their employees.

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