In order to ensure Northland property managers limit the damage that salting can cause over the course of a winter, a free training is being offered Thursday in Duluth.

The City of Hermantown posted an invite on their city Facebook page:

If you are a property manager who wants to maximize the positives and limit the damage done by salting this winter, check out this free half-day training. Your lunch will even be covered while you learn about helping out our local watersheds and avoiding liability headaches that can be a part of larger-scale salting efforts.

This free half-day also has optional certification and attendees will learn how to:

  • Reduce damage caused by salt indoors & outdoors
  • Incorporate sustainable practices
  • Deal with liability and other winter headaches

The training will take place Thursday, November 14 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Paulucci Building, located at 525 S. Lake Avenue in Duluth.

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There is no cost to attend, but attendees are ask to register in advance.  Follow the link below for all the details and to register.


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