Alabama Environmental Council


Alabama Environmental Council
Alabama Environmental Council is listed in the Freight Agents & Brokers category in Birmingham, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Environmental Council which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alabama Environmental Council on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Alabama Environmental Council is:
2431 2nd Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203
(205) 252-7581
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Alabama Environmental Council added an event.
The Alabama Environmental Council is celebrating 50 years of service! Come help us celebrate at our 21st Annual Green Tie Affair. We will have music, food, drinks, and a live raffle! Food from El Barrio Beer from Cahaba Brewing Co. $10 Raffle with Awesome Prizes Performances by Dead Fingers and Tragic City Access to the Rojo After Party Single Ticket - $35 Two Ticket - $25 / Each Evenbrite Link:
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"Alabama Environmental Council’s recycling center in Avondale includes a 1.5-kilowatt solar power array that helps reduce electricity costs by 10 to 15 percent."
Sponsored The Trescotts' home in Blount County is one of only about 10,000 in the state of Alabama that is equipped with a solar power system, via Rick Trescott While Alabama lags far behind much of the nation in terms of solar energy policies and usage – a situation we examined in the first two par...

AEC applauds all the amazing women that work tirelessly to keep Alabama beautiful, especially our founder (arguable the founder of Alabama's environmental movement) Mary Burks.
The conservation sector in Alabama is largely led by women.

Alabama Environmental Council shared RecycAL's photo.
Our new recycal logo shirts are here and available for purchase at the Recycling Center for $20! Thank you to Joy Maples and Martin Ledvina at Earth Creations for donating them to us! Also, thanks Will and Willie for being our models and amazing recycling center staff!

"The groups cited a spill of 4 million gallons of sewage into the Black Warrior River in Northport last year just before the busy Independence Day weekend as an example of why a better system is needed."
Groups petition Alabama Environmental Management Commission to step up notification rules for sewage spills.

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AEC Fall Newsletter

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Beginning this weekend, we will have reduced operating hours at the Recycling Center.

To burn trash or not to burn: that is the question: