Who suffers from a shutdown? Our businesses and economy certainly suffer, putting strain on the average American’s earnings. But a shutdown doesn’t just harm our pockets—it harms our health and communities.
Next month representatives from Babcock Laboratories will head to NOLA to attend the annual NEMC/TNI Environmental Measurement Symposium.
The weeklong conference will include 180 oral and poster presentations in 27 technical sessions, five keynote speakers, a technology showcase, and a plenary session on the conference’s theme, “The Future Landscape for Science.”
Diamond Valley Lake in Riverside County is one of the most recent victims of harmful algal blooms, demonstrating that current conditions are ideal for rapid cyanobacterial growth.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released an 852-page review of the health risks of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The study suggests that current health advisories for PFAS, established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), may not be strict enough to address serious public health risks.
Next month Babcock Laboratories will help address regulatory issues on Capitol Hill and in Sacramento.
One of Riverside's oldest and most prestigious businesses is now hiring! On May 9th and May 19th Babcock Laboratories, Inc. will host a career fair where attendees can learn about the many career opportunities currently available. Attendees will also have the chance to meet HR staff and hiring managers, and discover what it means to be part of a 100% employee-owned company.