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post #1 of Old 03-30-2008, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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Are you new to pressure washing take a quick pollution prevention training
http://www.basmaa.org/recognition/index.cfm?&


Learn the proper disposal of waste water.

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How many took the quiz?
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What a great resource you have provided there Thanks for sharing. I plan to check it out in more detail later today and take the test in order to get certified
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I don't live in San Francisco or the Bay area.

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Thanks T, it's informative especially for those just starting out in this field. This training video describes basic waste water management that protects the environment along with the proper disposal of waste water that can help point most PW Contractors in the proper direction.
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Updated link for the noob http://basmaa.org.dnnmax.com/Trainin...S/Default.aspx
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I don't live in San Francisco or the Bay area.
That is true, however... more and more companies are looking for contractors to be cert by them.

Robert H even talks about them in his presentations.

I was one of the first to be cert by them back in the 90's
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