Apartment complex property managers get tools, tips for pollution prevention

Clark County property managers can register for free monthly webinars that run Feb. 24 through July 21

VANCOUVER – Property managers of apartment complexes large and small are challenged with preventing pollution from various sources. To support best practices, the Green Apartment Living partnership has brought together speakers to offer tips and takeaways.

Clark County property managers can register for free monthly webinars that run Feb. 24 through July 21. The one-hour webinars are virtual, with participants interacting with local experts on a range of topics from safer pest controls to managing pet waste and tree care tips. Register on the Clark County Green Neighbors website.

Clark County property managers can register for free monthly webinars that run Feb. 24 through July 21. The one-hour webinars are virtual, with participants interacting with local experts on a range of topics. Photo by Mike Schultz
Clark County property managers can register for free monthly webinars that run Feb. 24 through July 21. The one-hour webinars are virtual, with participants interacting with local experts on a range of topics. Photo by Mike Schultz

Participants attending the free webinar series will be able to interact via polls, ask questions and request resources during each session. Each property manager who registers and attends a session will be entered in a drawing for a $50 Visa gift card courtesy of Waste Connections.

The Green Apartment Living program is a cooperative effort of Clark County, Battle Ground, Camas, La Center, Ridgefield, Washougal, Vancouver and Yacolt. The webinar series is supported by funding from the Washington Department of Ecology’s Pollution Prevention Assistance Partnership.

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.

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