The world today as we know it is near to the edge of falling. We can’t deny the fact that climate and environmental issues have evolved with the technology that we have today. As humanity progresses towards advances, and so does our Earth problems and issues. Billions of people populate Earth. And our very wish is that every single one of these individuals will be responsible for their wastes. There are no second chances of Earth when it gets thoroughly destroyed. Although NASA claims to discover multiple Earth-like planets, we are still not sure of what awaits humanity when our home is destroyed. We understand that we make little sacrifices for the betterment of the community. But how long can our home suffer for our benefit? Or, is it really in the interests of humanity?
That is why it imperative to have an organization in every country that will somehow take care of what we have left and continue to nourish and try to flourish them as much as possible. Environmental Industry Association or also known as EIA is one of the keepers of the Earth providing service and care to the community.
EIA acts as the parent organization for NSWMA or National Solid Wastes Management Association and also for WASTEC or Waste Equipment Technology Association. Through research, public relation resources, legal and federal affairs, EIA supports both sub-organization. The trio aims to maintain a proper and consistent solid waste programs for companies and communities.
NSWMA is open to for-profit organizations and companies that need solid waste management. Water waste from construction sites is a big deal says journeyman plumber from DJ Plumbing & Heating. National Solid Waste Management Association also offers disposal services and waste industry consulting services. Meanwhile, WASTEC is open to all manufacturers, distributors, leasing companies, and technology companies. Waste Equipment Technology Association is responsible for providing these consumers with efficient systems and technology that will bring solutions to waste and recyclable material issues.
EIA began as the National Asbestos Council and has spent 25 years providing and guiding the environmental industry with the efficient information needed to keep the organization and its people knowledgeable, responsible, and helpful in terms of the health and safety of the environmental industry. In simpler terms, EIA is at your service for 1) Recycling rates and market, trends, and developments for solid and medical waste management; 2) Design, operation, and maintenance of Landfill; 3) Developments on waste and flow control; 4) Finding and knowing where how and where the truck, balers, containers, and compactors are made; and 5) Waste management equipment’s safety standards and practices. Should you have any concerns, suggestions, or inquiries, you can head to our contact page for more information about memberships, research, updates, and EIA sub-organizations.