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Indoor Air Quality Leader Delivers Solid Commitment to NYC Professionals
EMSL Analytical, the largest network of indoor air quality testing laboratories in the nation, announced today its New York City laboratory received AIHA EMLAP Accreditation for both fungal and bacterial analyses. The accreditation of this facility also marks EMSL as the exclusive laboratory to currently operate six AIHA EMLAP Accredited laboratories throughout the nation.
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EMSL Analytical Awarded first AIHA EMLAP Accreditation in South Florida
EMSL Analytical, the largest network of indoor air quality testing laboratories in the nation, announced today an unprecedented achievement for its North Miami Beach Laboratory by receiving AIHA EMLAP Accreditation. The accreditation of this facility also marks EMSL as the exclusive laboratory to currently operate six AIHA EMLAP Accredited laboratories throughout the nation.
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Environmental Software Providers -- Ends 2003 With Strong Growth Despite Continuing Weakness in Information Technology Marketplace
ESP (Environmental Software Providers) announced today that it finished 2003 with profitability and strong growth in the areas of new customer acquisition and new industry sector penetration. Despite a weak economic climate and a trend toward decreased IT spending in 2003, ESP's healthy performance indicated that its software products continue to fill a need for solutions which help companies optimize their environmental management programs.
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First LEED Certified Hospital in the United States Built in Boulder, Colorado
Boulder Community Hospital's newly constructed Foothills Campus recently received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED(TM)) certification.
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ZAP's Schneider Links Up with Alliance of Chief Executives
Steve Schneider, Chief Executive Officer for electric car company ZAP (OTC Bulletin Board: ZAPZ - News), has been accepted as a charter member with The Alliance of Chief Executives, a move intended to accelerate the company's business development.
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OrganicBouquet.com Offers Eco-friendly Alternative This Valentine's Day
This Valentine's Day, OrganicBouquet.com, the world's first online organic florist, plans to ship more than 10,000 dozen organically grown roses to conscientious consumers across America. This represents a major step in meeting the long-standing demand for an eco-friendly alternative to conventionally grown flowers.
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McWane Inc. Demonstrates Environmental Leadership by Implementing Corporate-wide Environmental Data Management System
ESP (Environmental Software Providers) has announced that McWane Inc. will implement an ASP version of its opsEnvironmental software for environmental management and regulatory compliance. McWane, a leading manufacturer of cast iron pipes, valves, fire hydrants, and other fittings for the North American water infrastructure, will deploy the opsEnvironmental software throughout its entire operations, comprising approximately 30 facilities throughout the US and Canada.
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MUSIC PERFORMANCE FUND TAKES A NEW NAME, CHARTS NEW DIRECTIONS
The nation's leading supporter of free public concerts is making some big changes to meet the challenges of a new age. As of the first of this month, the nonprofit Music Performance Trust Funds, the country's largest sponsor of free live music, will be known simply as "The Music Performance Fund," as it redoubles its efforts to build relationships with major foundations and attract corporate co-sponsors for future programs.
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ENVIRON establishes office in Tampa, Florida
Joseph H. Highland, Ph.D., C.E.O. of ENVIRON Holdings, Inc., is pleased to announce the establishment of an ENVIRON office in Tampa, Florida, as part of the firm's expansion in the Southeastern United States. The firm recently announced the opening of an office in Atlanta, Georgia. Principal Robert P. DeMott, Ph.D., D.A.B.T., has joined the firm to manage the Tampa office. In related news, Robert L. Powell, Ph.D., President & C.O.O., has relocated to Tampa.
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Declaration of Cosmic Cooperation
Perhaps it is time to ask for help from peaceful Off Planet Cultures, since we humans seem to be incapable of turning our environmental destruciton around. Perhaps there is technology, such as zero point energy, which the Off Planet Cultures could provide, thus eliminating our need for fossil fuels and nuclear or coal power. This Declaration of Cosmic Cooperation states human intention to receive such help, and to be peaceful members of the Cosmos.
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