Studying the water.…
Posted May 6, 2009 at 6:16 am by Ian Byington
Jana from the Friends of the San Juans wanted to let you know:
The Toxins in Our Water Lecture Series continues and looks at our ability to control pollution. Please attend lecture 4 of the series, Successes and Challenges in Pollution Control, given by San Juan County Pollution Control Specialist, Brian Rader.
Brian provides on-site technical assistance to small business owners regarding how small businesses handle, store and dispose of hazardous waste. He is sensitive about being a win-win consultant and approaches businesses with pro-active, supportive suggestions on how to clean up our messes.
Brian holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health (Human Health Toxicology) and a Master’s Degree in Ecology (Ecological Toxicology), both from Colorado State University. Brian has a diverse employment background, including several years of environmental consulting, as well as seven years of professional business to business sales experience, 4 of which were spent working for the distribution business of International Paper.
This free lecture will be on Thursday, May 7th at 7:00 pm at the Friday Harbor UW Labs Commons. This lecture series is sponsored by Friends of the San Juans.
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