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Founded in 1988, Triumvirate Environmental Inc. (TEI) provides waste management, field services, & technical services to healthcare, education, life sciences, and other markets. We help our esteemed clients reduce waste, save money, stay safe & compliant, manage risk, protect their reputation, and build green & sustainable solutions. Our highly educated, trained and experienced experts are on a mission each day to help EH&S and operations professionals be more informed, effective and productive. We bring a rare passion to exceed expectations. Come see why the most demanding and reputable universities, hospitals, life sciences companies and manufacturers choose and stay with TEI.
Around the globe, Veolia helps cities and industries to manage, optimize and make the most of their resources. The company provides an array of solutions related to water, energy and materials – with a focus on waste recovery – to promote the transition toward a circular economy. Veolia's 187,000 employees are tasked with contributing directly to the sustainability performance of customers in the public and private sectors, allowing them to pursue development while protecting the environment. To this end, the company designs and deploys specialist solutions to provide, protect and replenish resources while increasing their efficiency from an environmental, economic and social standpoint. Such initiatives are all part of Veolia's ongoing campaign to resource the world.
Don't confuse the Florida's Department of Health (DOH) with local health departments -- this DOH concerns itself with matters more weighty than finding a hair in your food at the greasy spoon. The state agency promotes and protects the health and safety of Floridians by delivering quality public health services, primarily through county health departments, and promoting health care standards. The DOH develops policies and plans supporting its health goals, enforces laws and regulations that protect the public, connects people to health care services and information, and licenses and regulates practitioners throughout the state. The agency has an annual budget of about $3 billion.
All Amazon teams and businesses, from Prime delivery to AWS, are guided by four key tenets: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that transform the way our customers live their lives and run their businesses.
Naturally, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is responsible for protecting the state's natural resources and enforcing state environmental laws. The department pursues its goals through the administration of programs in three primary areas: regulation, land and recreation, and planning and management. With an annual budget of more than $2 billion, Florida's DEP has mapped out its priorities which include restoring the Everglades, green energy incentives, restoring and protecting water quality, conserving land, and providing citizens and visitors with recreational opportunities.
Talk about an organization that's gone green. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) develops and enforces environmental policy and regulations throughout the country. It is responsible for administering all or part of a multitude of laws, such as the Clean Air Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and the ubiquitous National Environmental Policy Act. Besides working to ensure compliance with federal environmental rules, the agency provides support for state environmental protection programs. The agency was established in 1970, the same year as the first Earth Day, in response to growing concerns over air, water, and soil pollution. It is led by an administrator appointed by the president.
The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) is dedicated to protecting and promoting the health of Virginians. The VDH is made up of a statewide Central Office in Richmond and 35 local health districts. These entities work together to promote healthy lifestyle choices that can combat chronic disease, educate the public about emergency preparedness and threats to their health, and track disease outbreaks in Virginia. The roles to support our mission are diverse and challenging, with opportunities for growth, development and the chance to make a difference. VDH is embarking on a journey to re-imagine how public health accomplishes its work and optimize how traditional public health entities work together as a network of partners. We seek to lead Virginia’s public health ecosystem in transforming to meet the future state aspiration of Public Health 3.0 "Public Health 3.0: A Call to Action for Public Health to Meet the Challenges of the 21st Century", where cross-sector collaboration is utilized to combat inequity and build healthy communities. VDH is currently in the process of socializing, refining, and iterating this roadmap with stakeholders at all levels and especially with local health districts and communities. This continued iteration will support the roadmap in adapting and aligning to the priorities of the new gubernatorial administration.