Achieving Ethos

Young, Christopher
March 2011
Pollution Engineering;Mar2011, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on achieving a strong work ethics for environmental professionals. It says that success for these professionals can be measured through their ethics and approaches toward the environment. Accordingly, it can be obtained by a strong work ethic, wherein employees should be educated on unethical work and strict regulations and be accustomed to think rationally. It mentions an asbestos abatement firm facing charges of conspiracy, fraud, and U.S. Clean Air Act violations.


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