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The Company is a founding member of Wisconsin Industrial Sand Association (WISA) and has been recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) as a partner in the WDNR Green Tier program.
Johnson brings more than 15 years of experience to the company, with the majority working within the environmental regulatory programs at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
2) Prepare a program for site remediation and oversee the remediation process, including, without limitation, communicating with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) or other appropriate agency in all aspects of the remediation, overseeing the remediation contractor and obtaining site closure (the "Oversight Phase"); and
Beginning in 2005, VI partnered with WasteCap Wisconsin, Veridian Homes (winner of this year's WasteCap Partnership Award), Waste Management Recycle America, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to test different methods, address challenges and assess the long-term viability of recycling vinyl siding scrap from new home construction in Milwaukee and Madison, Wis.
A grant from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has helped fund the program, which WasteCap Wisconsin and the Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center (SHWEC) are developing.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has responded to the Governor's call to improve the competitive position of the State's forest industry by obtaining third-party certification of State forests as sustainably managed.
The State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (W-DNR) Madison, Wisconsin, USA says that 10 years after Wisconsin established what would become a nationally recognized recycling program, more than 90% of the state's households continue to participate.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WIDNR) reported that 13 cases of wolf depredation were reported in 2000, while 31 cases were reported in 2004 (Wydeven and Wiedenhoeft 2000, 2004a).