Is Your Business Hurricane Ready? Weather the Storm and Protect the Environment with a Hurricane Preparedness Plan With hurricane season in full swing, it’s time to reevaluate your company’s hurricane preparation and response plan. While most businesses have...
Thompson Engineering establishes Baton Rouge Office Brant Richard, PE to lead operations Thompson Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering firm with offices in six southeastern states, has announced an expansion of company services with the establishment of an...
Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) is seeking an Administrative Coordinator This position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for all day to day administrative and financial operations of the organization. The multi-faceted responsibilities...
Litter Getter Not merely a visual problem, litter poses risks to wildlife and contributes to chemical pollution as degrading plastics and other waste products leach harmful chemicals into the water. Communities, neighborhood organizations and school groups can follow...
Thank you Sean Sullivan for hosting Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP) and Mobile Bay National Estuary Program today on FM Talk 1065 to discuss Create a Clean Water Future. Did you miss the interview? Click here to listen!
Because the area’s problems with stormwater management and pollution are exacerbated by many sources, addressing them requires an equally diversified response and buy-in from local governments, businesses, private organizations and everyday citizens.
Local activists are working to create a “Clean Water Future.” We’re going to learn about this new campaign to clean up pollution in our waterways. Businesses and individuals are invited to join in the mission.
Water pollution has numerous sources and requires a diversity of solutions. That is why the campaign to Create a Clean Water Future puts the job into the hands of many.
Going green can be a daunting process for many small businesses. By creating a sustainability plan, your business can adopt changes over time and eventually see the results on the bottom line.
Jennifer Denson, executive director of Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP), will be honored by The Mobile Area Council of Engineers as Individual of Special Recognition at MACE’s Annual Award Banquet Jan. 26.
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