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A Cause to Clean: Causeway Clean-Up 2022

A Cause to Clean: Causeway Clean-Up 2022

In May, PEP members, along with Mobile Bay National Estuary Program and TC Boiler & Piping, organized a clean-up along the Causeway, hosted at Austal USA. We had more than 70 volunteers come out to clean up litter along the western end of the Causeway. Volunteers...

PEP Hosts February 2022 Virtual Lunch and Learn

PEP Hosts February 2022 Virtual Lunch and Learn

February 2022 Virtual Lunch and Learn - TRUE Certification Program PEP hosted our Virtual Lunch and Learn on February 18, 2021. Susie Westrup Vincent, Director of Client Solutions, U. S. Green Building Council, discussed the TRUE certification program – Total Resource...

2022 PEP Environmental Stewardship Awards –  Nominations Now Open

2022 PEP Environmental Stewardship Awards – Nominations Now Open

Since 2005, the PEP Board of Directors has presented the PEP Environmental Stewardship Awards to recognize PEP members whose work has made a significant and positive contribution to the Gulf Coast region in three crucial areas: economic growth, environmental health...

Thank you for your Membership in PEP

Thank you for your Membership in PEP

On behalf of the Board of Directors, we want to thank you for your consistent support and membership during another rollercoaster year. We appreciate you sticking with us through a pandemic! We have a bright outlook for 2022 and plan for our usual schedule of...

The Upper Mobile Bay Wetland Creation

The Upper Mobile Bay Wetland Creation

In mid-September, the Alabama State Port Authority and the Moffat & Nichol project team announced the expansion of the wetlands in Mobile Bay. The $2.5-million Upper Mobile Bay Wetland Creation project will expand the wetlands by 1,200 acres over the next 10-20...

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