Environmental consultants have long dominated the landscape of the practice.
They’ve done a good job in many industries.
And they do a good amount of environmental consulting.
But some experts are making the transition from environmental consulting to corporate management.
One of those is Steven J. Latham, executive vice president of corporate affairs for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Lathan says the new era is focused on creating value for the company.
Lannon also serves as the chief operating officer of GreenTech International, a corporate consulting firm.
GreenTech focuses on strategic planning, customer service and sustainability.
Green Tech International, based in Boston, specializes in advising companies on their environmental strategy, environmental performance and sustainability initiatives.
The company’s executive vice presidents are both environmental consultants and GreenTech’s executive director, John R. Smith.
Smith says GreenTech has been doing this for over 20 years.
“I think the focus has been, ‘what are the challenges facing the environment?'”
“What’s the impact of a greenhouse gas footprint, what’s the carbon footprint of a plant or a resource?
We think we have a pretty good understanding of that.”
GreenTech also does environmental consulting for the National Association of Manufacturers and the American Petroleum Institute.
Both groups have environmental consultants who have experience in environmental consulting and who have a long-term commitment to environmental stewardship.
Green tech also works with clients to build and manage their greenhouses, power plants and energy grids.
Lava & Spill experts on how to avoid costly spills in the future and how to manage and mitigate the effects of a spill.
L&Spill is an environmental consulting firm that provides environmental and economic risk assessments for companies and environmental groups.
It also helps them understand the impact and costs of a proposed environmental change, including a new facility.
“We look at what the risks are and what the costs are, and how they might affect those risks and costs,” says Jason P. Bohnert, vice president for corporate affairs and strategic planning for Lava&= spill.
“So we look at, ‘How can we mitigate these risks, and what is the cost that we are willing to pay to avoid those risks?’
We’ve been doing that for a long time.”
Bohnet says Lava Spill’s environmental consulting experience has helped them better understand environmental risks.
“When you talk about risks in an environmental business, we don’t talk about what those risks are,” he says.
He says L&&&s environmental consulting has helped the firm understand the impacts of a possible environmental change that might impact their business.
L’Enfant Plaza, an environmental firm based in Los Angeles, provides advice on how companies can reduce their environmental footprint and mitigate their impact on the environment.
It has worked with businesses and environmental organizations to develop environmental programs and policy.
Lena G. Burdge, senior vice president and chief sustainability officer for L&s Spill, says L’enfant is an ideal partner for environmental clients.
“They understand the business side of the equation,” she says.
The firm has developed environmental risk assessments and policies that have helped it identify risks that could impact its business.
It is also a leading provider of environmental services for energy and transportation.
“We provide them with a way to address the risks that might arise,” Burdged says.
L.A. and the L&ams Spill team recently helped a major construction company prepare for a potential spill at a landfill.
The L&AMS Spill Team helped the company assess the risks associated with a potential leak and the impact it would have on its environmental footprint.
“It’s an extremely challenging business to be in,” B.J. said.
“A lot of companies are looking at these environmental risks, so they have to understand the potential risks that they’re putting themselves at risk.
So we were able to help them better know what environmental risks they were putting themselves in.”
L.I.E.A., a consulting firm based out of Washington, D.C., has a special focus on environmental risks and their impact.
The team has been working on projects for more than 20 years and is well known for its environmental consulting services.
“Environmental risk assessment and mitigation have always been a key area of expertise for L. I.E., but our new client is a leading technology company that is planning for the environmental impact of new energy projects,” says Lisa A. Stokes, L.L.D.P. senior vice-president and chief financial officer.
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