Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Alabama Clean Water Partnership

iconThe Alabama Clean Water Partnership, a statewide non-profit organization, is a diverse and inclusive coalition of public-private interest groups and individuals working together to improve, protect and preserve water resources and aquatic ecosystems in Alabama.

Alabama Cooperative Extension System

iconThe ACES operates as the primary outreach organization for the land-grant functions of Alabama A&M and Auburn Universities.

Alabama Department of Environmental Management

iconAlabama is blessed with a wealth and variety of natural resources which provide significant social, economic, and environmental benefits and opportunities for the citizens of Alabama. Our mission at ADEM is to protect and improve the quality of Alabama's environment and the health of all its citizens.

Alabama Department of Transportation

iconTo provide a safe, efficient, environmentally sound intermodal transportation system for all users, especially the taxpayers of Alabama. To also facilitate economic and social development and prosperity through the efficient movement of people and goods and to facilitate intermodal connections within Alabama. ALDOT must also demand excellence in transportation and be involved in promoting adequate funding to promote and maintain Alabama's transportation infrastructure.

Alabama Soil and Water Conservation Committee

iconTo provide service, leadership, and assistance to all citizens for the wise use, conservation, and development of our natural resources.

Alabama Technology Transfer Center

iconAlabama Technology Transfer (T2) Center, located on the campus of Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, is an organization created to bring the newest developments in technology to state and local public works agencies in Alabama.

Auburn University - Erosion and Sediment Control Testing Facility

iconThe AU-ESCTF is a research facility used to evaluate erosion and sediment control products and practices typically used on highway construction projects. The AU-ESCTF was designed and constructed as part of an Alabama Department of Transportation funded research project. The facility has the capability of assisting ALDOT and other state highway and regulatory agencies with research, product evaluation, and training associated with erosion and sediment control practices commonly used in construction.

Envirocert International, Inc.

iconEnviroCert International, Inc. (ECI) is a Non Profit Organization whose purpose is to safeguard life, health, and property, and to promote the public welfare. ECI is the gold-medal standard and leader in stormwater certification industry. EnviroCert was established to provide guidelines for the practice of Stormwater Quality (CPSWQ), Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (CMS4S) Program Management, and StormwaterInspections (CESSWI).

Home Builders Association of Alabama

iconThe mission of the Home Builders Association of Alabama is to serve as the advocate for Alabama’s housing and construction industries, promote the highest level of professionalism, assist its members and their respective local associations in legislative and regulatory affairs and provide quality services to meet its members’ needs.

International Erosion Control Association - SE Chapter

iconThe International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non-profit, member organization that provides education, resource information and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry. IECA’s diverse membership supplies a unique network of specialists who are capable of solving a broad range of problems caused by soil erosion and its by-product—sediment.

Soil and Water Conservation Society - AL Chapter

iconThe Alabama Chapter of the Soil & Water Conservation Society fosters the science and the art of soil, water, and related natural resource management to achieve sustainability. We promote and practice an ethic recognizing the interdependence of people and the environment. The Soil and Water Conservation Society is recognized and respected as an effective advocate for the conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources.

Thompson Engineering

iconTraining in storm water pollution prevention regulations and requirements for construction sites in Alabama. Practical instruction in the inspection and maintenance of performance-oriented best management practices (BMPs). Opportunity for contractors, engineers, developers, transportation, industrial, military, and municipal employees to become ADEM Qualified Credentialed Inspectors (QCIs).

Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

iconWeeks Bay Foundation is a non-profit organization whose members provide assistance and support to the Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve's goals and programs. Weeks Bay Reserve encompasses more than 6,000 acres of tidal and forested wetlands within the greater Mobile Bay estuarine system along the northern Gulf of Mexico. Weeks Bay is a small estuary fringed with a variety of wetland habitats receiving freshwater from the Fish and Magnolia Rivers. Located along the eastern shore of Mobile Bay between the major metropolitan areas of Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL, the Reserve's land and water habitats support numerous rare and endangered species.

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