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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

What Salmon-Safe in Seattle Means for Construction

ENR Northwest

As stormwater runs aplenty in Seattle, the act of treating that stormwater before it reaches the streams, rivers and lakes that surround the Pacific Northwest city can help create an official Salmon-Safe designation.


Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Salmon-Safe releases updated accreditation standards for construction management

Building on momentum with some of the region's largest contractors, Salmon-Safe today releases newly updated accreditation standards for pollution prevention in large-scale construction management with the goal of helping environmentally innovative builders achieve zero sediment runoff across their entire operations.


Thursday, April 19, 2012

Moving sustainability forward at Sea-Tac Airport

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

 With a site footprint of 23 acres, waging an aggressive sustainability campaign at the Consolidated Rental Car Facility was one of Turner Construction’s most ambitious green efforts to date. Every drop of water that hit the project site was directed, treated and discharged by the project team... As the first — and to date, only — contractor to achieve Salmon-Safe accreditation, Turner Construction works continually to achieve zero sediment runoff and preserve the integrity of the Puget S


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Expanding to urban Seattle: announcing UW, REI, Seattle Art Museum, PCC Natural Markets certifications

Multiple high profile Seattle-area institutions were honored by Salmon-Safe and its Seattle-based outreach partner, The Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability (NBIS), for their commitment to protecting wildlife habitats and improving water quality in


Thursday, July 24, 2008

Salmon in Sneakers? Salmon-Safe is the Latest Green Emblem

The Oregonian

It's a scary summer for salmon off the Oregon coast, part of a long decline for the region's favorite fish. But in the city, salmon get safer every day. They're safe at college (Portland State University), safe at a trade show (at the Oregon Convention Center) and safe in the nation's first salmon-safe neighborhood (to be revealed later this summer). So many urban institutions in Oregon and Washington are lining up for Salmon-Safe certification from the nonprofit that bestows it...