Many manufacturing companies produce emissions during the production process. The Environmental Protection Agency requires companies to have an Environmental Permit to release the emissions into the atmosphere.
An Environmental Consultant can work with your company through the application process and the ongoing requirements after the permit is obtained.
Many manufacturing companies produce emissions during the production process. The Environmental Protection Agency requires companies to have an Environmental Permit to release the emissions into the atmosphere. An Environmental Consultant can work with your company through the application process and the ongoing requirements after the permit is obtained.
The most commonly applied for permit is to release emissions into the air. Other Environmental Permits include releasing emissions into the soil or water. Each type of emission directly impacts the surrounding ecosystem and communities. A dangerous concentration or level of emissions released could interrupt the delicate balance of the environment and leave a devastating ripple effect through the area.
The Environmental Protection Agency developed thresholds that are not to be exceeded by companies. Companies that release emissions must undergo an application process.
The application process has been streamlined in an attempt to unify issuing departments from the Local, State, and Federal Governments. The process can still be cumbersome for many companies. An Environmental Consultant can work with your company to determine the needs and assist with the application process.
This ensures your company does not run against any unnecessary delays that would extend project or production deadlines waiting for the paperwork to be refilled due to a simple mistake.
Once the application has been approved, the company should also monitor the emissions in real time to ensure compliance with the permit obtained. The concentration of certain levels should be kept in check while keeping in mind the total amount of emissions. The Environmental Consultant can help select the appropriate monitoring equipment to ensure accurate readings for the emissions being released.
The monitoring equipment should also be calibrated on a regular basis to ensure the readings are true.
Each Environmental Permit is used to protect the surrounding environment from damage. The community relies on each company to be a responsible member of the community.
Toxins released could affect surrounding crops that a farmer depends on for their livelihood. Water sources could be compromised with hazardous chemicals if emissions are not kept in check. The Environmental Permitting process ensures clean air for the surrounding areas.
Successful companies evaluate their carbon footprint and take a proactive role to ensure the company strengths the community overall and does not cause damage. Take the first step towards a being a responsible member of the community by developing a relationship with an Environmental Consultant.
Today’s newest emerging field is called environmental endocrinology. Doctors are now learning how environmental endocrinology and the effect of daily stressors like light, food and crowding on multiple endocrine systems, controls the rate of aging and the quality of life. This field is now converging to become what we call menopause medicine.
Envronmental endocrinology has roots in the earliest calendars, which historically were lunar calendars, based on the time interval from one new moon to the next, or also known as lunation. Colder climates mandated that a year was determined by the end of winter. But in warmer countries, where the seasons are less pronounced, the Moon became the basic unit for time.
Calendars were first developed by women as their natural body rhythms corresponded to observations of the moon. 28 days is not the true average of the female cycle. In ancient mythologies it is clearly related to the full moon, but in the modern world the female cycle is disturbed by what some researchers believe to be the existence of artificial lights and the use of artificial hormones. Many light sources including TV and computer screens, have probably perturbed the female cycle, and shortened it.
A woman’s menstrual cycle responds to many subtle environmental cues and one of these is the presence of other women. Those who work closely together, or who live together, can set off each other’s menstrual cycles. It happens via pheromones-chemical substances that are secreted by the skin. After the nasal receptors pick up the scent, the pheromones stimulate their endocrine systems, driving their menstrual cycles towards a similar pattern.
There’s also evidence for photoperiodicity controlling estrogen reception along with the obligate melatonin response. Estrogen receptors are blocked by melatonin. Once light increases with the waxing moon, melatonin secretion diminishes, and allows more estrogen.
Doctors who are studying environmental endocrinology are in the vanguard of an elite group of forward-thinking physicians and researchers trying to put the scientific method back into medicine, spearheaded by a researcher named T.S. Wiley.
The courses focus on the following topics: Insulin and cortisol metabolism over the course of a lifetime; the interplay of insulin, SHBG and estrogen; the effect of quality of sleep on sex steroid production; the seasonal variation in hormone fluctuation through shunt physiology; the action of sex steroids on immunological, emotional and neurological disorders; how to use and adjust the Wiley Protocol to solve all of the side effects of menopause’hot flashes, migraines, joint pain, incontinence, hemorrhaging, endometriosis, hypo and hyperthyroidism, fibroids, PCOD, insomnia, acid reflux, gall bladder disease, thinning skin, vulvodynia, low libido, IBS, anxiety and depression; the connection of insulin and sex hormones to cancer; C-reactive protein and cardiovascular risk: the eyes of the hippopotamus; non-Genomic actions of steroid Hormones in Reproductive Tissues; complex actions of sex steroids in adipose tissue; and the cardiovascular system and brain: insights from basic science and clinical studies
“Since my involvement with Wiley and environmental endocrinology, I have become more keenly aware of the nuances of hormonal interaction and understanding the molecular aspects of hormonal relationships,” said Courtney Paige Ridley M.D.”It answers the questions being posed regarding cancer and other dysfunction afflicting not only menopausal women but those women with significant alteration of cycle created by interaction with our estrogen toxic environment.”
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