It’s easy to take the environment and efforts to maintain eco-friendly living for granted.
We step outside and breathe in fresh air. We turn the handle of our faucet and clean water automatically disperses. Our trash gets picked up and taken away once or twice a week. Life is good!
Do you ever think about how this happens? The air quality in Pinellas County is continually monitored on a daily basis. One water treatment facility is responsible for the treatment and distribution of 50 – 60 million gallons per day of drinking water. The City of St. Petersburg alone picks up trash from 76,000 residential and 5,900 business customers weekly. That is a lot of effort by a lot of people to keep thi
Everyone can get involved in being eco-friendly and keeping the environment sustainable. Whether you choose a career that positively impacts the environment, volunteer, or use best practices at home, you can help preserve this beautiful place we live in.
Learn about eco-friendly living, plus apply to SPC for FREE
On Saturday, May 19, St. Petersburg College is hosting an ECO Expo at the Seminole Campus. This event will offer information on career opportunities, volunteer options, and environmentally friendly living.
Interested in attending SPC? Apply to SPC for FREE at the event. The college’s application fee will be waived for new students!
Join us to discover career opportunities with:
- Pinellas County Utilities
- Solid Waste and Public Works
- the City of Seminole
- the City of Largo
- Manatee County Government,
- Hillsborough County Government
- the City of Oldsmar
Educational resources range from St. Petersburg College’s Environmental Science Technology degree, to offerings at Pinellas Technical College and the UF/IFAS Extension. Pinellas County offers many ways to engage in eco-friendly living.
- American Water Works
- Solar Source
- Tampa Bay Water
- US Water Services Corp
- Straw Free Florida
- Pinellas Beekeepers Association
- Moccasin Lake Nature Park
Have questions about the SPC ECO Expo?
This is FREE family friendly event open to SPC students, staff, and the community.
- Saturday, May 19
- 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- 9200 113th St.
- Seminole, FL