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  • 00:56

    Survival Medicine Hour: Survival Sanitation, Vinegar

    in Health

    In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss survival sanitation as it pertains to human waste, uses of vinegar, and the latest case of Ebola being evacuated to the U.S.

  • 00:55

    05/15/15, Nathaniel Ford, Suburban Sanitation Service

    in Business

    Nathaniel Ford is the President and C.E.O. of Suburban Sanitation.  Suburban Sanitation is a locally owned small family managed business offering to the citizens of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Metro area our signature quality garbage and refuge collection service. Suburban Sanitation provides residential and commercial unlimited trash collection, recycling service, white goods, refuse removal, dumpster containers and bulky items collections. Suburban provides clients with roll out carts and recycling bins. Suburban Sanitation was incorporated in 2009, purchasing its own trash trucks, trash cans and recycling bins.


    Suburban Sanitation started its business in the single family market servicing the Charlotte and surrounding areas for more than five years. Suburban provides quality services to unincorporated communities of Charlotte / Mecklenburg County, Home Owner Associations and Property Management Companies.


    Suburban Sanitation is a “Green Company” providing a user-friendly, ordering service, special collections, paperless billing, and other online services. These measures allow us to provide one of the lowest costs for waste removal in the region. We are working to help reduce filling up our landfills with materials that cannot breakdown over years but sit in the landfills and is a danger to the environment. The environmental impact of landfills is a complex issue. Recycling helps prevent landfills from becoming overfilled, which lessen the danger of environment report of global warming. A surge in new curbside programs, with the steady performance of local collection services, and a rise in the capture of core household materials such as paper and containers are all key factors in the reduction of disposed tonnage.


    (704) 323-6030 * admin@suburban-sanitation.com * www.suburban-sanitation.com

  • 01:10

    Coping with hygiene and sanitation!

    in Education

    The Human Path on American Preppers Radio! Wednesdays *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ Not only do we need to have several different alternatives for purifying our water and cooking or preparing our food, but we also have more than one sanitation plan.  This means having enough water to stay relatively clean as well as having a way to dispose of human waste.  What are all your options?  You should be prepared to deal with hygiene and sanitation in several ways, because you can't always know what to expect or what you will have to work with.  The key here is to be informed and to be adaptable to any situation. Join Sam Coffman as he shares his experience as a Special Forces medic in the field, working with exactly these types of issues in remote, post-disaster and medically underserved environments. Visit The Human Path Tags: The Human Path, Prepper Broadcasting, Plant Medicine, Skills, Prepping

  • 01:04

    The Fight for Civil Rights Continues at the NYC Department of Sanitation

    in Lifestyle

    On February 12, 1968, 1300 black sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee walked off their jobs in protest, citing years of mistreatment, unsafe and life threatening working conditions, poverty level wages, and their desire to organize under a union to secure a better work environment.  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was enlisted to advance the workers cause, and he rallied them behind the “I Am a Man” declaration and speech.  Sadly, it was during his participation in this action that the Reverend King was assassinated, in Memphis, on April 4, 1968.  The last speech of his life, known as “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop,” had been delivered only the night before to an audience of striking sanitation workers and their supporters.


    Fast forward exactly 45 years, to February 12, 2013.  On this date, 12 black and Latino supervisory personnel with the NYC Department of Sanitation filed a class action lawsuit alleging that a culture of racism exists within their work environment in which they were denied promotions solely on the basis of their race.


    Join us at the Clarkie Connection to hear the riveting accounts of these workers as they present the facts of their case, tell us the significance of their filing date, inform us on the status of their lawsuit, and share what we in the community who support their cause can do to help.

  • 00:46

    Sanitation Over Vaccination! ~ Lawrence Turner with Host Sallie O. Elkordy

    in Politics

    This is Lawrence Turner's websites: www.unique-design.net/design/design.htm & http://www.unique-design.net/


    This is Sallie's Blog: http://BillionToddlerMarchForSurvival.blogspot.com/ where you can find my FB page and my legislation to Congress for a "VACCINE FREE 2015"!


    Lawrence and I will will embellish the comment area with additional links, so please scroll down for more information.  Thank you, Sallie O. Elkordy

  • 00:29

    Chatting With Sherri

    in Entertainment

    This Tuesday please welcome to Chatting With Sherri author Josh Vogt to chat about his two books Enter the Janitor and Pathfinder Tales: Forge of Ashes!  Enter the Janitor; The first book of The Cleaners series, this humorous urban fantasy focuses on a janitor who works for a supernatural sanitation company and must train a new, germaphobic apprentice. Pathfinder Tales: Forge of Ashes; A tie-in novel to the Pathfinder roleplaying game, following a female dwarven barbarian as she encounters monsters and mayhem in her quest to restore her broken family. Please Join Us!


     


    Chatting With Sherri is now sponsored by Atelier Leseine  http://atelierleseine.com/

  • 01:30
  • 02:30

    A Black woman and a White woman walk into a bar. Or Rachel was holding a mirror

    in Entertainment

    So we have news and comment, but also need to talk about abusive relationships. 

    We need to talk about this Rachel Dolezal individual some more. 


    Prisons that withhold menstrual pads humiliate women and violate basic rights


    The reasons for keeping supplies for women in prison limited are not purely financial. Even though keeping inmates clean would seem to be in the prison’s self-interest, prisons control their wards by keeping sanitation just out of reach. Stains on clothes seep into self-esteem and serve as an indelible reminder of one’s powerlessness in prison. Asking for something you need crystallizes the power differential between inmates and guards;


    Also, be reminded of this: 
    We dobn't do fake, loud mouth, grandstanding disingenuous social justice. 
    We don't tolerate fake "call outs" from clowns like CM Scott or any of you other kids that think you're going to hassle onine because you've conviced yourself that's activism. 

    If you're black, give these links a visit and let CM Scott know what you think about CM trying to police black women because "white feminism" (TM)


     


    Iowa mall security guard allegedly shoots dead children’s museum employee after weeks of harassing her: friends


    https://www.facebook.com/phoenix.moreno/posts/1452985271683728?comment_id=1453606188288303&notif_t=feed_comment_reply


    https://www.facebook.com/dreamsinamethyst?fref=ufi


     

  • 01:00

    040215 The Vince Anello Show-Open Mic

    in Politics

    The first couple of callers discuss the financial woes in the city of Lockport, transparency and competency were the main points. In Niagara Falls the issue of sanitation seems to be on everybody's mind. Lack of compliance and enforcement are frustrating many residents in various neighborhoods.

  • 00:58

    033115 Andy Touma-City Council Chair Niagara Falls NY

    in Politics

    In this segment of our show Niagara Falls city Council Chair Andy Touma and I discuss city issues of sanitation, city charter, and spending. Mr. Touma elaborates on some of his concerns and some of the initiatives he and the city council have introduced.


    Regarding sanitation we discussed the contract and the resources necessary to implement the effective delivery of that service. The manpower makeup of the SWEET team is also discussed..


    Enforce the law, Brooke D'Angelo the coordinator of the program called in to explain the bulk pick up that runs from April 6 through May 8.


    Some callers discuss Modern's performance with the garbage pickup.


    A lengthy discussion of enforcement took place with some of the callers.


    People emphasizing that we should have bulk pick up once a month throughout the year. The question of the extent the responsibility of landlords to getting rid of bulk pick up was discussed.


    Some people are concerned and hope that the enforcement is done fairly and consistently.


    The caller discussed the North Tonawanda garbage pickup were violations are designated by a sticker placed on the tote by the individuals picking up refuse.


    The issue of frozen pipes and collapsed sewers was also discussed. Callers were wondering if the infrastructure has ever been comprehensively evaluated to determine the necessary work to be done.

  • 00:59

    040915 Kristen Grandinetti City Councilmember Brooke D'Angelo SWEET Coordinator

    in Politics

    The focus of today's program is: how do we clean up the city of Niagara Falls New York. The sanitation effort has been upgraded to include large totes for both garbage as well in this recyclables. The poor rollout of the program was acknowledged by Councilwoman Kristen Grandinetti.


    The program director for sanitation, Brooke D'Angelo, encouraged people to call her office with any questions or concerns. Both the Councilwoman and the coordinator emphasized that public participation will make this program a success.


    The organization of the department was discussed. The enforcement procedures were explained and what noncompliant residents can expect from the city. The bulk pickup was explained at length.