The concept of BIOFUEL is as old as the discovery of fire. But never more in the history of man has the progressive search for sustainable alternative biofuels been more important. The certificate program at Wabash Valley College provides increased opportunities for advancement or careers in the aggressively expanding energy field including positions as engineers, technicians, operators and more. For more information on the Wabash Valley College Biofuels Certificate program go to iecc.edu/academics, Technical Certificates, C122 Alternative Fuels (ENRGY).
- Standard Red Cross First Aid
- Introduction to Energy
- Alternative Fuel Productions
- Effects of Alternative Fuels
- Environmental Biology
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Lowering Gas Consumption − When possible, electric golf carts are being utilized to replace gas or diesel consuming vehicles. Additionally, mowing on campus has been curtailed in order to reduce WVC's carbon footprint.
Recycling − In every department, recycling paper and other products has become a part of the day-to-day process of doing business intelligently.
Solar Energy Usage − Recently, a Photovoltaic System was professionally installed, with the assistance of students taking part in the Solar Electric Design and Installation Class.
Product Selection − WVC is not only committed to lowering energy consumption and reusing what is available, but in protecting what we have. Whenever possible, and as more options become available, pesticide and chemical applications are being reduced on campus.