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Med-Tox Northwest Affiliations

Associated Builders and Contractors is a national trade association representing nearly 23,000 contractors, sub-contractors, material suppliers and related firms from across the country and from all specialties in the construction industry.
   
The Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers envisions a world where the natural environment is unburdened by pollution, workers are exposed only to healthy and safe conditions, and hazardous materials are used and transported safely and efficiently.
   
Founded in 1920 to engage military and federal government engineers with those in private life for the purpose of improving the engineering potential of the United States, The American Society of Safety Engineers today has some 25,000 members from industry, the military, government, and academia.
   
The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) is the leading housing and community development advocate for the provision of adequate and affordable housing and strong, viable communities for all Americans—particularly those with low- and moderate-incomes. Our members administer HUD programs such as Public Housing, Section 8, CDBG and HOME.
 
   
NEBC shall promote members' prosperity, strive to identify trends that affect our membership and facilitate their response, represent membership on local, state, regional, national and international issues, and foster high professional standards and ethics.
   
Our Association was formed in 1909 by a group of five downtown Seattle builders. Over the past 90 years, the Master Builders Association has grown to become the second largest local home builders association in the United States, representing not only home builders and remodelers, but many occupations and services connected to the building industry.
   
By choosing sustainably produced, environmentally sensitive products and services, organizations adopting environmental (green) purchasing programs are making there money work for the environment. As a result, more and more Americans are taking action to preserve natural resources, reduce air and water pollution, decrease toxic and hazardous waste, and conserve energy.