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Background

GARLAND, GEORGE ARTHUR was born on May 31, 1941 in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America.

Education

Brown University, United States of America, 1959-1963, ScB Applied Mathematics. Carnegie-Mellon University, United States of America, 1963-1965, Master of Science Industrial Administration. University of North Carolina, United States of America, 1968-1969, Master of Science in Public Health Biometry.

George Washington University, United States of America, 1975-1984, DBA. Spoken languages: English.

Career

Chief Tech Advisor, Safety & Control of Toxic Chemicals & Pollutants, Promotion of Environmental Health, World Health Organization Regional Office(s) for South East Asia since 1988. Chief, State Program Branch, Office of Solid Waste, 1986-1988, Chief, Finance Responsibility & Assessment Branch, Office of Solid Waste, 1978-1986, various posts, Office of Solid Waste, 1966-1970, United States Environmental Protection Agency. Management Intern, Federal Housing Administration, United States Department of Housing & Urban Development, 1965-1966.

Membership

Member: American Public Works Association. World Federalists Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Solid/hazardous waste. Emergency preparedness/emergency response. Poison control/chemical safety.

    Statistics, economics. Environmental policy. Ending world hunger; human rights.