Author: Northern California Recycling Association, 2005. Gary Liss, Instructor NCRA offers this course to help train people who would like a quick overview of recycling by presenting an inexpensive three-day course at a convenient location. Click here to view the
Author: Kevin J. Coyle, J.D. National Environmental Education & Training Foundation Includes report of what ten years of NEETF/Roper research and related studies tell us about how to achieve environmental literacy in America. Contact Kevin Coyle for more information: [email protected]
Author: Unites States Environmental Protection Agency This publication is designed for recycling entrepreneurs and economic developers seeking capital for recycling ventures. Helping increase efficiency in the process of identifying and securing new sources of capital, the document identifies innovative approaches
Author: Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania The Pennsylvania Certification program has been designed to meet the standards of the National Standards Certification Board. To receive the certificate, candidates must complete 4.0 (40 hours) of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and successfully pass
Author: New Mexico Recycling Coalition To obtain NMED Solid Waste Facility Operator Certification, applicants must complete a course, score at least 70% on the certification exam offered at the end of each course, and have at least one year of
Author: Institute for Local Self-Reliance This executive summary explains what composting is and why it is important; summarizing model programs, technologies, and systems; and providing a national and state-by-state snapshot of activities, infrastructure needed, and policy opportunities. It concludes with
Author: Sustainable UMD Click here to view the document: Sustainable UMD Campus Document Description: Includes internship as well as student project opportunities Year Published: 2020 File Uploaded?: n/a Website Link: https://sustainability.umd.edu/campus/waste Categories included: outreach and education, training and curricular Keywords
Author: Oregon State University Click here to view the document: Oregon State Program Document Description: Recycling 101 is an online, eight-part, self-paced course created in partnership with the Association of Oregon Recyclers. Modeled after Oregon’s Master Composter class. $65 fee
Author: Vance A. Merolla Click here to view the document: n/a Document Description: In this course, students will work to understand and communicate the importance of incorporating sustainability at each step along the value chain, including product design, procurement, distribution,
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