The goal of the Pollution Prevention Program is to reduce, and ultimately eliminate, sewage pollution at the source instead of at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. We aim to assist businesses with the information and tools they need to make informed decisions about what goes down their drains in accordance to the Sewer Use Bylaw 65 2013.To prevent unsafe conditions within homes, businesses and industries, as well as to protect the workers that operate and maintain the City sewer and treatment systemsTo prevent the upset of the treatment process, ultimately protecting the receiving environment (The North Saskatchewan River)Examples of ways to prevent pollution include:Reducing and/or avoiding the use of pollutants wherever possibleProper maintenance of pre treatment equipmentReducing the frequency and severity of emergency spills of hazardous materials into the sewer systemPollution Prevention Program Steps:To view a sample choose an industry below:Step 1)The will require a full analysis of everything that your business currently puts down the drain, anything that has the potential to enter the drainage system, and the locations of all drainage fixtures.This Document must be submitted digitally within 60 days of receiving your notice to comply.Step 2)A follow up inspection will be completed within 30 days after you submit your . During this inspection, the assessment report will be reviewed to determine if sampling is required.Step 3)A will be developed, which will include a list of potential pollutants that are specific to your site.
The paper provides the first comprehensive working model of the ways by which lead exposure impairs synapse development and function. “Lead attacks the most fundamental aspect of the brain the synapse. But by better understanding the numerous and complex ways this happens we will be better able to develop therapies that ameliorate the damage,” says Dr.
We outfitted all the volunteers with Nike gear and brought a retail presence that has never been seen or done before. The 2nd floor of the old Nordstrom building, all 30,000 feet, was turned into the greatest Super Bowl store ever put together (See photos below). Wasn’t just a store, it was truly an experience! When a retailer can turn an everyday trip to buy a product into an engaging experience, they’ve set themselves apart from everyone elseand that is exactly what we did last week in Indianapolis.
In his opening remarks, President Lee C. Bollinger recalled how, when he was University of Michigan president, the Massachusetts senator had reached out to offer him support when President George W. Bush labeled the university’s affirmative action program a “quota system.” Kennedy promptly called to invite him to Washington for a press event, putting his arm around him for the assembled media.