SC&A combines technical and scientific subject-matter
expertise with communications and event planning experience
to help you get your message to the public in many media:
- Brochures, fact sheets, and other public
- Exhibits and booths
- Special events
- Awards programs
- Information hotlines
- Websites and social media
- For the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), SC&A
plans, designs, and manages DOE’s Earth Day celebrations at
Headquarters and on the National Mall, including speakers,
movies, booths, vendors, giveaways, advertising, publications,
and the annual EStar awards.
- For the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), SC&A
designed and edited public information brochures and kits, including
Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings;
Building a New Home: Have You Considered Radon; Healthy
Buildings, Healthy People; the Community Action Kit;
and the Smoke-Free Home Pledge Kit.
- For EPA, SC&A distilled scientific and rulemaking background
information into a series of fact sheets intended for the general
public on the agency’s proposed standards for a potential Yucca
Mountain radioactive waste repository and for a rulemaking on
radionuclides in drinking water.
- For the DOE Office of NEPA Policy and Compliance, SC&A
advised on using social media to further DOE’s mission and
prepared a mockup of a sample Facebook page (including a logo, draft
content, and RSS feeds) and Twitter messages.
- For EPA, SC&A developed a strategy to promote model standards
for control of radon in new buildings, placed articles in industry
publications, made presentations at building code conferences, and staffed
a 20-by-10-foot display at building trade shows.
- For EPA, SC&A operated the Indoor Air Quality Information
Clearinghouse, a toll-free hotline on indoor air quality issues,
including radon, asthma, tobacco smoke, and mold; the Wetlands Helpline;
the Electric and Magnetic Fields Infoline; and the Smoke Free Homes