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Article archive for July, 2018

  • July 25th, 2018

    Block That Spill!

    Tweet In football, cheerleaders sometimes chant, “Block that kick!” Other sports use similar lingo to keep the spectators enthused and the team amped up for a win. The spill containment field doesn’t employ a cheer squad per se, though anyone who works in environmental services is doubtless jubilant when a spill is averted or minimized. ISHN [...]

  • July 18th, 2018

    The After Party You Don’t Want to Attend

    Tweet It’s summer, and for teens, that means concerts. (It’s also true for those in their twenties, thirties, forties, fifties…oh, heck, with Boomer musicians still performing in their seventies, it means everyone!) Be sure to bring earbuds. It’ll still be plenty loud. If you’re fortunate enough to have an “in” with the performers, by winning [...]

  • July 11th, 2018

    Hospitals: Keeping You Safe Behind the Scenes

    Tweet There are some businesses that everyone appreciates, but nobody wants to use. Yet they stay in business because people require their services regularly — even if it’s not by choice. Tow trucks, for instance. You may be frustrated as all get out when your car breaks down en route to that important client meeting. [...]

  • July 3rd, 2018

    Safe Waters: Teaching Kids About Oil Spills

    Tweet Teaching the next generation about oil spills and safety isn’t for the faint of heart. Children’s attention spans are generally focused on right now, which was true even before the Age of Screens. But one ecological nonprofit is turning this assumption on its well washed ear. Matter of Trust.org is a group of eco [...]