Archive | July, 2016

We love this! “Career Awareness Helps Foster Student Success”

  Craig Durand, TTI’s President, was invited to CHHS Career Day to discuss careers in the environmental field.  TTI was honored to participate in this special event and very impressed by the students’ interest and enthusiasm. We look forward to contributing again at future events. A message from Dr. Joseph Meloche, Superintendent of Cherry Hill […]

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Schools Racing to Test for Lead in Water

Reprinted from Huffington Post It may have started in Portland, where elevated levels of lead were found in the drinking water at two public elementary schools last month. High levels were later detected in more schools. Schools in Chicago, Atlanta, D.C. and other school districts across the country have seen similar results from water testing in recent months. […]

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Lead in water testing rules passed by Board of Education for NJ Schools

Reposted from NJ.com/education   TRENTON — New Jersey school districts that have yet to test their drinking water for lead will be required to do so within one year under new state regulations going into effect this week. The testing rules, passed by the state Board of Education on Wednesday, will also require all school districts […]

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