Storage, Disposal and Recycling

The "throw-away" society is rapidly seeking alternatives to current disposal practices. Golf course management has a growing responsibility to help preserve natural resources through safe chemical handling and recycling practices. This specialization addresses the trend to conserve, maintain and reuse.

Study Requirements:
(complete four) Seminars

Self-Study Courses

Responsible Pesticide Use in Golf Course Management -- print version
Responsible Pesticide Use in Golf Course Management -- online version
Risk Management and Communication for the Golf Course Superintendent -- online version

Previously offered courses that satisfy elective requirements for this specialization:

Chemical Storage Facilities: Protecting Your Investment
Design, Construction and Maintenance of Chemical Storage Facilities
Environmental Considerations in Golf Course Management
Golf Course Energy Conservation and Pollution Prevention Opportunities
Integrated Environmental Management
Managing Organic Wastes
Protection of Water Resources
Safe Disposal of Pesticides and Other Hazardous Materials
Developing Your Hazard Communication Program
Employee Safety Training
Personal Protective Equipment for Pesticide Applicators (temporarily unavailable)

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