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Ford's water reduction success is a result of the company's commitment to reduce the amount of water it uses by aggressively monitoring and managing just about every drop of water going into and out of its facilities and properties, says Andy Hobbs, director, Environmental Quality Office.
And the Springfield Utility Board conducted a campaign to eliminate "legacy pesticides" from agricultural operations in its drinking system watershed, said Jacqueline Fern of the Department of Environmental Quality office in Eugene.
The biggest North Little Rock project is the $14 million Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality office building by Conway's Nabholz Construction Corp.
We applied innovative technology to our Hermosillo plant to reduce water consumption, minimize impact on the community and build vehicles in a more sustainable manner," said Larry Merritt, manager, Environmental Quality Office.
HTI's demonstration at the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality offices was one of numerous demonstrations being performed in the area.
Finance Chair: Reg Modlin, Director, Environmental & Energy Planning, Chrysler LLC Membership Chair: Adam Westerdale, COO, General Oil Company Work Group Chair: Jim Laney, Senior Manager, Environmental, Safety & Health, Denso International At-Large: Andrew Hobbs, Director, Environmental Quality Office, Ford Motor Company At-Large: Vickie Mecsey, Manager, Global Environmental Program, GM At-Large: Pat Beattie, President, Arcalis Scientific Steve Hellem, Executive Director of SP states, "The exceptional combination of leaders in SP has led to an organization with the knowledge and experience to improve the environment while maintaining value to its members.
He had been director, Environmental Quality Office.
95 ISBN: 0-07-137463-9), author Tim O'Brien, director of Ford's Environmental Quality Office, chronicles the successful strategy of the world's second largest automaker in achieving independent certification of more than 140 enormously complex manufacturing facilities in 26 countries (currently 106 facilities in 25 countries since the spin-off of Visteon).