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View Resource Green Technology: Sustaining the Earth

In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, explore five different areas of research and innovation in green technology: renewable energy and conservation; green building; transportation; manufacturing; and pollution and waste management. Within the categories, investigate examples of innovations in solar power, biofuels, energy efficiency, materials efficiency, planes and trains,...

View Resource Waste Online

Sure enough, there is a good deal of "waste" online, so it's nice to learn about the Waste Online website which serves as a great repository for information about an entirely different set of waste-related matters. This British-based website has been funded by the New Opportunities Fund Digitise project. The project is overseen by Waste Watch, which is "the leading environmental charity dedicated...

View Resource Solid Waste Technician DACUM

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) provides this DACUM, or curriculum development tool, for solid waste technician education. The document includes a general occupation description and details on specific job tasks in categories such as integrated operations, facilities management, equipment operations, safety and others. Users must download this resource for viewing...

View Resource Comparative Landfills

This lesson plan from ATEEC will explain solid and hazardous waste management. The activity would be most appropriate for technology studies or high school science classes. In all, it would require about two hours of class time, plus a few minutes a day for several weeks. The purpose of the lesson is to demonstrate what happens to garbage in landfills, and compare it to the process of burying...

View Resource Wastewater Management

Wastewater Management: EPA's page from the Office of Wastewater Management (OWM) contains many articles focusing on control of water that is collected in discrete conveyances (also called point sources), including pipes, ditches, and sanitary or storm sewers while adhereing to the Clean Water Act.

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