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Mack Trucks Unveils History of Refuse Exhibit at Mack Trucks Historical Museum

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ALLENTOWN, Pa., June 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The Mack Trucks Historical Museum unveiled an all-new exhibit titled “Keeping America Clean: The Evolution of the Waste Industry.” The exhibit, which features three antique Mack® trucks and an interactive visitor education display, was made possible thanks to support from Mack Trucks and Republic Services, an industry leader in recycling and waste disposal and longtime Mack customer. A brief ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to officially open the exhibit.

The Idea That Transformed the Carolinas

3 men tamed the Catawba River and brought electricity to Carolinas textile mills
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The Carolinas we know today are shaped from Dr. Gill Wylie’s simple idea more than 100 years ago. He wanted to turn water into electricity.

Jeremy Lent: Human History and the Climate

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As we move into a new year, and try to square 2017 in our rear view mirrors, it’s an opportune moment to contemplate how we avoid repeating the mistakes of the past, both recent and ancient. This week on Sea Change Radio, we get philosophical with Jeremy Lent, whose new book, The Patterning Instinct seeks to explain what has made us tick as a species over the millennia. Lent and host Alex Wise talk about what the patterning instinct is, what we can learn from these human patterns, and how we can apply them to fight climate change.

“A Century of Power” Documentary Recounts Energy History in Hong Kong as Told by the Kadoorie Family

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Founded in 1901 as a small electricity generator, CLP has grown hand-in-hand with Hong Kong over the past century and is now one of the leading energy companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

Tetra Tech's DNA | Entrepreneurial

Hearing from one of Tetra Tech’s founders about our company’s unique traits and the legacy he helped create 50 years ago
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As part of our 50th Anniversary celebration, we asked our employees to discuss how they define Tetra Tech’s DNA and what makes our company distinct. In this video, one of Tetra Tech’s founders, Henri Hodara, provides insight into what makes Tetra Tech unique and how the company’s spirit is the same today as it was 50 years ago.

How Does CEO Dan Batrack Define Tetra Tech’s DNA?

Discussing Tetra Tech’s entrepreneurial spirit, technical leadership, and the other values that make up our company’s common culture
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As part of our 50th Anniversary celebration, we asked our employees to discuss how they define Tetra Tech’s DNA and what makes our company distinct. We sat down with Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech’s CEO, to learn how he describes Tetra Tech’s DNA.

Tetra Tech Releases 50th Anniversary History Booklet

Commemorating 50 years of leadership in engineering and consulting services
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To commemorate its 50th Anniversary on July 28, 2016, Tetra Tech has released a booklet that chronicles the company’s growth and celebrates its legacy of excellence. 
 
The company’s guiding principles of commitment to innovation, collaboration, and technical excellence weave through the company’s history—from its original four founders to the large, 16,000-person company of today.  
 
View the booklet to learn more about Tetra Tech.

Tetra Tech: What’s in a Name?

Celebrating our rich history by exploring how our founders came up with the name Tetra Tech
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Tetra Tech’s name has withstood the test of time. However, you may have wondered about the derivation of our name. Here’s a little history lesson in the etymology of Tetra Tech.

Tetra is the Greek word for the number four, representing the company’s four founders: Nicholas Boratynski, Henri Hodara, Bernard LeMéhauté, and Don Stern. Each founder was a well-known expert in one of the firm’s four core technical disciplines—coastal engineering, research and development, geophysics, and systems analysis.

Carnival Corporation to Donate $2 Million to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture

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MIAMI, Sept. 29, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Carnival Corporation, through its philanthropic arm, Carnival Foundation, is donating $2 million to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History & Culture.  Eleven years in the making and built at a cost of $540 million, the museum opened Sept.

Historical Introduction

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The 21st century world you see today has been built with the help of Caterpillar machines and solutions. See how we’ve spent the past 90 years creating, building, problem solving, innovating, testing, servicing and improving.

Click here to learn more about the history of Caterpillar and how we have built a global leader.

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