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in our motor pools has deteriorated because of multiple and extended deployment cycles and short dwell times.
July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Total Parts Plus' Compliance Management Module (CMM) is a web-based tool which empowers OEM's to produce and present their customers with completed environmental compliance
reports on their products.
are dedicated to exceeding environmental compliance
at the city, state and federal levels.
com/reports/c48097) has announced the addition of Video Leadership Seminars: Coastal and Maritime Security and Environmental Compliance
in the Post 9/11 World with Harlan Doliner of Keegan Werlin, LLP to their offering.
Key to this strategic agreement is a common recognition by Versar and Honeywell that it can provide its clients with more effective solutions to their business problems by integrating environmental considerations into their plant operations which will: -- reduce emissions and discharges -- enhance monitoring and control capability -- facilitate obtaining operating permits and ensuring compliance -- improve environmental information management and reporting -- allow self-assessment Of particular interest is the opportunity to integrate Versar's Environmental Compliance
Management System (ECMS), a proprietary environmental software/system with Honeywell's TDC 3000X, a process control system which optimizes plant-wide processes as part of Honeywell's TotalPlant(R) open solutions.
Lynchburg, Virginia, advised cupola melters of the best ways to assure fair, responsible environmental compliance
Bruce Beattie, CEO of SSWM, stated, "We will present to Governor Ortiz our preliminary plan to site and operate a 40 year operational life 'state of the art' environmental compliance
facility for sanitary household wastes that will create both direct and indirect professional and labor employment for the State, generate significant long-term revenues from disposal 'tipping' fees and provide critical disposal site relief for key surrounding communities.
SPIRC and Duquesne Light have assembled regulatory and legal experts as well as experienced small business representatives to provide information that will help attendees understand and respond appropriately to their environmental compliance