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Legacy Environmental Services, Inc.

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Past Projects and Clients

Legacy consults a wide array of organizations including small startup organizations, large manufacturers, governmental agencies, developers, attorneys, financial institutions, schools, nonprofits and churches.

Below is a small sample of some of our previous projects:

Lake Central
School Corp.
  City of LaPorte,
Indiana
  Midwest Training
Ice Center

Helped the school corporation obtain funding to support ongoing environmental initiatives.

  • LC High School obtained two electric GEM vehicles.
  • Used recycled materials for park benches, tables and path at Bibich Elementary.
  • Facilitated installation of diesel oxidation catalysts on school buses.
  • Initiated recycling program at the high school.
 

Legacy Environmental Services, Inc. has been working with the city of LaPorte for five years. Some of the projects initiated during that time are:

  • Implemented use of alternative fuels for fleet vehicles.
  • Led project to install energy efficient lighting in municipal buildings.
  • Currently managing the grant for the city's Waste Water Department.
 

Focused on emerging technologies that could be used for demonstration purposes throughout the state. These included:

  • Retrofitted energy efficient lights in the skating rink and gym areas.
  • Installed rubberized coating made from recycled tires in the gymnastics area.

Lake Michigan Corridor Alternative Fuel Implementation Initiative

The Lake Michigan Corridor Alternative Fuel Implementation Initiative is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy through the Clean Cities' Implementation Initiatives to Advance Fuel Markets program.

Under these projects, local public-private partnerships are accelerating the deployment of alternative fuel vehicles and conducting public outreach and training in communities across the country. Since 1993, the Energy Department's Clean Cities initiative has supported community-led efforts to deploy vehicle and infrastructure technologies across a broad portfolio of alternative fuels, helping to reduce America's reliance on petroleum.

The program is administered by South Shore Clean Cities, Wisconsin Clean Cities, Chicago Area Clean Cities, and Gas Technology Institute.