Advanced Consulting, LLC
The Waste Reduction and Technology Transfer Foundation (WRATT). Our mission is to promote sustainable economic development, a cleaner environment, and a better quality of life for all citizens by providing waste reduction, pollution prevention, and technology transfer assistance and education to Alabama businesses, industries, communities, and governmental entities. › www.wratt.net
Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition. Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition serves as the principal coordinating point for clean, alternative fuel vehicle activities in Alabama. ›www.alabamacleanfuels.org
Alabama Department of Environmental Management(AEMC). Responsibly adopt and fairly enforce rules and regulations consistent with the statutory authority granted to the AEMC and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) to protect and improve the quality of Alabama's environment and the health of all its citizens. Monitor environmental conditions in Alabama and recommend changes in state law or revise regulations as needed to respond appropriately to changing environmental conditions. ›www.adem.alabama.gov/
Jefferson County Department of Health. The Air and Radiation Protection Division within JCDH is the air pollution regulatory authority for Jefferson County and is tasked with ensuring that the ambient air within Jefferson County meets the National Ambient Air Quality Standards established by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Major activities include operation of an extensive air monitoring network, developing control strategies to ensure that the health standards are met and maintained, issuing daily air quality forecasts, and inspecting air pollution sources to determine compliance with applicable regulations. › www.jcdh.org
CommuteSmart. CommuteSmart offers free online ridematching, carpool and vanpool services, the Emergency Ride Home program and more. We can help you get on the road to a better commute. For employers, CommuteSmart works hand in hand with companies and organizations to develop tailored commute options programs that benefit them and their employees. ›www.commutesmarter.org
United Way of Central Alabama. United Way’s Healthy Communities initiative promotes active modes of transportation, including walking and biking, through its Safe Routes program. Safe Routes works with schools to educate and encourage students to make healthy lifestyle choices, and partners with cities to improve the physical environment to be more conducive for walking and biking. Healthy Communities has undertaken this work because of the numerous benefits, including: increasing physical activity, improving air quality, increasing safety, traffic mitigation, and increased community engagement. ›http://www.uwca.org/saferoutes
Advanced Consulting, LLC. is dedicated to outreach and education of air quality matters in Shelby and Jefferson Counties. We work with many businesses, universities, and individuals to encourage taking alternative forms of transportation to and from work rather than a single-occupancy vehicle.
Johnson Management Group, LLC. works to educate students and parents in schools across Jefferson and Shelby Counties on how transportation choices affect their environment, health, and community. Cartoon characters, “Airon for Clean Air” and “Idle-Eddy”, are introduced to students to bring awareness and educate them on the effects of ambient air. Promotional items are provided to parents on how transportation and other daily decisions impact air quality. Students are engaged in direct dialog through classroom presentations and contests in a fun interactive environment. If your school is interested in being an “Idle-Free” school zone visit www.idle-eddy.info/#Contacts-page.