Tip #5 - Use low-VOC or water-based paints, stains, finishes, and paint strippers.Read More »
Tip #4 - Keep woodstoves and fireplaces well maintained.Read More »
To help reduce air pollution:
Tip #3 - Lower your thermostat on your water heater to 120dF.Read More »
A colleague and I ended our Thanksgiving holiday weekend early and departed Sunday to meet with clients in Ohio and Pennsylvania on Monday-Wednesday. We have now returned after 1,500 road miles but refreshed from the positive feedback we overwhelming received. We actually met with over twenty people and a recurring theme was a number of individuals commented positively on our free webinar series. August Mack Environmental started our webinar program in October 2005 and have continued to have 35-50 webinars per year. Most of the speakers are August Mack employees and in addition to the...Read More »
Tip #2 - Wash clothes with warm or cold water instead of hot (thus reducing energy consumption and the related pollution associated with generating this energy).Read More »
Over the next several weeks I am going to post things that you, as an individual, can do to help reduce air pollution. If everyone just does a little, it helps a lot.
Tip #1 - Conserve energy, turn off appliances and lights when you leave the room.Read More »
FAQ: When will the August Mack offices be closed over the Thanksgiving holiday?
Answer: Although some August Mack employees may be working over the holiday, the offices are closed on Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!Read More »
Given the holiday next week, it is now crunch time to do your GHS (Hazcom) training to fulfill the December 1, 2013 deadline training requirements. If you are up-to-speed on what you need to train on, then START TRAINING..... if not completed yet. If you are unfamiliar with the regulations and material content, then hire us to do it. If you have 20 or less people, we could train at our Indianapolis, Indiana training room or we could consider some live through-the-internet training. Call Tom Anderson (317-916-3105) for more details.Read More »
I would like to extend my thanks to the many veterans (living and no longer with us) who put their country first so we could all live in freedom in the United States. Without your sacrifices and commitment to country, we would not have the many things we take for granted. Thank you!!!Read More »