Category: environment

Playback: This week’s ‘Open House’: Victoria Hardy, Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at South Seattle College

On this weekend’s edition of ‘Open House with Team Reba’ radio show, Reba and Eric welcomed Victoria Hardy, Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at South Seattle College, Sustainable Building Science Technology. They discussed sustainable building practices in and around the Seattle area.   Tune in or stream live every Saturday at...

Tomorrow on ‘Open House’: Victoria Hardy, Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at South Seattle College

Tomorrow on the ‘Open House with Team Reba’ radio show, Reba and Eric welcome Victoria Hardy, Consultant and Adjunct Faculty at South Seattle College, Sustainable Building Science Technology. They’ll be discussing sustainable building practices in and around the Seattle area. Tune in or stream Saturday at 2pm on AM1590 the Answer...

Tomorrow on ‘Open House’: Impact Bioenergy – Turning Food Waste into Energy!

On tomorrow’s ‘Open House with Team Reba’, Reba and Eric welcome Jan Allen, Drew Corbin, and Srirup Kumar from Impact Bioenergy. They reduce energy & disposal costs by generating energy from organic waste streams. Put in layman’s terms, they turn food waste into energy! What’s more, they’ve miniaturized the system so that it is accessible to businesses and communities.

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Playback: Jonathan D. Frodge, Ph.D. – Stormwater Scientist for Seattle Public Utilities

On this week’s show we were joined by Jonathan D. Frodge, Ph.D., Stormwater Scientist for Seattle Public Utilities, and of the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences. Did you know that property values are connected to water quality? Economic studies have indicated as such. Listen below as...

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Tomorrow on ‘Open House’ 2pm! Jonathan D. Frodge, Ph.D. – Stormwater Scientist for Seattle Public Utilities

On tomorrow’s show we will be joined by Jonathan D. Frodge, Ph.D., Stormwater Scientist for Seattle Public Utilities, and of the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences. Did you know that property values are connected to water quality? Economic studies have indicated as such. Tune in tomorrow...