The Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association (MEECA) is a member-driven trade association working to ensure that Michigan has the most robust, reliable, sustainable, and predictable energy efficiency industry in the nation.
It isn’t a secret that turning on a light bulb consumes energy, and every joule of energy consumed in a household directly or indirectly impacts the environment around us. It is possible, however, to control and limit that energy consumption inside residential properties by being aware and taking the necessary steps. A combination of intelligent lighting systems, regular maintenance of electrical appliances and judicial usage of anything that consumes electricity can help the dream of making Detroit green come into fruition much faster. Read on as we delve into the topic further.
DR. TIAH MCKINNEY, Ph.D, CO-FOUNDER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
MISSION: To strengthen the metropolitan Detroit community by reinvesting in the citizenry through quality educational programs which help promote healthy living, entrepreneurship, and environmental responsibility.
MICHIGAN BUSINESSES START NEW CAMPAIGN TO KEEP THE SUPPLY CHAIN MOVING – HELP US DISINFECT UP TO 100 SEMI-TRACTORS IN MICHIGAN EVERY WEEKEND FOR A MONTH!
Michelle L. Anderson, President of Lovelogical – DNA NOT REQUIRED®, like all of us, is worried about her loved ones, but hers is a special case. Her ex-husband, Marcus Anderson, has been an over the road trucker for over 20 years, so she fully understands the life of the people who continue to run our supply chains during this crisis.
We’ve only had smartphone technology for a little over a decade and yet about 36 percent of the worldwide population is using it. We use it for just about everything, everyday. We talk, text, listen to music, play games, learn, and photograph practically everything we do. With over five million apps available between Android and Apple, there’s not much they can’t be used for. We’re even using apps to monitor our health and communicate with our doctors. At this point, it’s safe to say, most of us can no longer imagine our lives without our personal devices.
Since 2009, BioGreen has been providing dri-mist disinfection treatments to quickly and safely address potential cross contamination issues and reduce the spread of aggressive pathogenic microorganisms such as Influenza, Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, H1N1, and C. diff. Over the last two weeks, BioGreen has become laser focused on treating COVID-19. The reason – BioGreen’s dry-mist treatment program was developed to decontaminate both surface and air, removing bacterial and viral signatures left by anyone who enters your facility. Utilizing an EPA registered hospital grade disinfectant with 100% GREEN ATTRIBUTES, effective against a broad-spectrum of bacteria, viruses, and surface mold, a BioGreen treatment decontaminates the air and disinfects exposed surfaces. A BioGreen treatment is 100% biodegradable, non-toxic, non-corrosive and certified as a “no rinse” formula in and around food prep areas by the National Sanitation Foundation.
The March 10 election in Michigan shows that sometimes a NO vote actually authorizes something- including cannabis businesses
FLINT- When it comes to local ballot proposals, sometimes voting NO is the equivalent of saying, YES.
In the March 10 election in Michigan, ten local proposals appeared on ballots which raised the question of authorizing cannabis-based businesses in their respective communities. Three of those were proposals which could have made an unsuspecting voter casting a ballot in the wrong direction.
In Big Rapids, the vote regarding cannabis businesses was 64% no and 36% yes, but that means businesses ARE authorized. More