Alliant to provide environmental engineer at SEMA

Oct. 25, 2011

Oct. 25, 2011—Insurance provider Alliant will make an environmental engineer available at SEMA to answer questions about going green.

The engineer will be at booth 21265 throughout the event, which takes place Nov 1–4 in Las Vegas.

“We are delighted to provide the services of an engineer to answer green technology questions such as energy savings methods, carbon footprint metrics, and pollution prevention measures,” said Steven Schillinger, president of GRC-Pirk Management, an environmental assessment company that partners with companies such as Alliant. “This is an excellent opportunity for shops to understand the benefits of eco-friendly initiatives.”

Anyone interested in learning more about environmentally-friendly strategies can call 888-374-7475 or complete an online application and can get a free assessment.

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