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Congratulations to A&WMA Past-President Merlyn L. Hough, P.E., BCEE, for receiving this year’s Stanley E. Kappe Award, presented annually by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists. The award is presented to the Board Certified Environmental Engineer or Board Certification Environmental Scientist who has performed extraordinary and outstanding service contributory to significant advancement of public awareness to the betterment of the total environment and other objectives to the Academy.
In addition to being an A&WMA Fellow, Hough is the Director of the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) in Springfield-Eugene, OR, a Trustee of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists and a Past-President of the National Association of Clean Air Agencies,
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Working to Achieve Sustainable Freight Systems
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A Solid Approach to Waste: How 5 Cities are Beating Pollution
Newswire—When ministers, business chiefs and civil society leaders gather at the UN Environment Assembly in December, trash talk will be on the agenda. Getting a grip on the mountains of solid waste produced by humanity is central to the Assembly's goal of moving Earth “towards a pollution-free planet”. After all, poorly contaminated rubbish contaminates our air, water and soil, and represents a colossal waste of the planet's finite resources.Read More