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EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Challenge and the 2018 Award Winners

EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Challenge and the 2018 Award Winners

Hi, I’m Andrew Wheeler, Acting Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. I want to take a moment to thank all of the participants in EPA’s Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Challenge. I also want to congratulate the 2018 winners. Each year, EPA recognizes leaders in the electronics industry for designing sustainable products and recycling electronics …

Faces of EPA: Steve Paulsen

Faces of EPA: Steve Paulsen

[Music]>>Steve Paulsen: We each, on average, use about a hundred gallons of fresh water a day, yet that’s just a small fraction of what we use. [Music] I had the rare privilege one summer in college of backpacking in the Central Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and that really was the first time I remember feeling …

Engineering Solutions for a Seismically Resilient Seattle

Engineering Solutions for a Seismically Resilient Seattle

MICHAEL BRAGG: Thanks for coming. My name is Mike Bragg. I’m the Frank and Julie Jungers Dean of Engineering here at the University of Washington. I’d like to thank you for joining us on this first presentation of the 2016 engineering lecture series, titled City Smarts, Engineering Resilient Communities. This series is presented in partnership …

Lecture 7 Water Treatment System Unit Operations

Lecture 7 Water Treatment System Unit Operations

Last class we were discussing about the various water quality parameters. We have seen in detail the physical, chemical and biological parameters of water. We have also discussed the importance of each and every parameter and how to analyze them and what are the instruments used for those for the determination of these parameters. We …

Environmental Science students test water quality

Environmental Science students test water quality

These students are collecting data on water quality and they’ve been here now three times. So this is their third time doing it. Today, they’re collecting data on temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen and a bunch of different parameters related to water quality. After we collect more data from the other site we’re going to go …

Environmental rights are needed for everyone in Canada

Environmental rights are needed for everyone in Canada

My name is Linda Nash I’m a mother and a grandmother having lived in this area Walnut Grove in North Langley for 28 years. This was an award-winning development for livability actually before its time. Walking trails, cycling trails, people feeling safe because they have a lot of cul-de-sacs to reduce excess traffic. So what …

Environmental Health Symposium Day 3

Environmental Health Symposium Day 3

Hi everyone, this is Dr. Shelton. I am on day three of the environmental wellness symposium just outside of Phoenix Arizona. There is so much new research that’s going on that lectures, physicians, doctors, educators are talking about. It’s amazing how much environmental toxins affect our health affect our well-being. I’ve sat through 16 hours …

Hopkins Degree Links Public Health and Environmental Engineering

Hopkins Degree Links Public Health and Environmental Engineering

[MUSIC PLAYING] CIARAN HARMAN: At no other institution will you have this kind of bridge that links public health, to environmental engineering, to an understanding of earth science and climate science, like you can get here. [MUSIC PLAYING] MARSHA WILLS-KARP: In the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, we address the environmental challenges of the …