Environics Adds Two Environmental Clients
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Environics Adds Two Environmental Clients

Environics Communications has been hired by two new clients, the Apartment & Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington and the Water Design-Build Council.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Environics Communications has been hired by two new clients, the Apartment & Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington and the Water Design-Build Council. Both clients are hiring Environics to assist with public relations programs related to environmental initiatives, and will be handled by the agency's sustainability and clean energy practice.

 

The Apartment & Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington, a membership organization representing commercial and multi-family residential real estate, has hired Environics to asisist in developing and launching its "Go Green” initiative for resident managers and leasing professionals to talk to their residents about ways they can save on energy costs while helping the environment.

 

The Water Design-Build Council, a national nonprofit organization that seeks to advance the development and rehabilitation of municipal water and wastewater systems through the use of design-build services, will work with Environics to highlight the need for repairs and improvements to the nation's water infrastructure, and to emphasize the rapid innovation, quality control and project completion that state and federal governments can achieve through the integration of design and construction.

 

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