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Smart Salting for Property Managers Online Training

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September 23, 2021
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Free
https://bit.ly/2V0meIn
Contact:
Karina Heim
(715) 399-4089
karina.heim@wisc.edu
Register for Smart Salting Online Training

MPCA Smart Salting for Property Management

Cost: FREE, but registration required. Space limited.

Who should attend: property and facilities managers, business owners, organization leaders, environmental professionals, local decision-makers

Collectively, we spread a lot of salt in the winter. What if we didn't have to?
If you manage winter maintenance of properties to keep spaces safe and passable for visitors, this (free!) online certification training course will help you learn how to plan for less salt and still win winter.

In this region, we spread salt on sidewalks, parking lots, roads and driveways to melt ice and allow safe passage. More salt is not always better. Our well-intentioned efforts to keep spaces clear of ice sometimes amounts to use of far more salt than is necessary to get the job done. Talk about money down the drain!

As property managers, business owners, and community decision-makers, you have an important role in planning, budgeting, and managing winter access in our communities. If you manage winter maintenance of public or private properties, this online Smart Salting class is designed for you.

Learn more about this FREE online training

Salt Smart. Save Money. Win Winter. MPCA Smart Salting for Property Management. September 23, 9AM-1PM. Register for Free Online Training: https://bit.ly/2V0meIn
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