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Welcome to: 

Welcome to The Environmental Game Brought to you by the Environmental Team

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Facilities Maintenance

Routine drinking water samples should be taken:: 

Routine drinking water samples should be taken: A. Annually B. Monthly C. Weekly D. Daily

Routine drinking water samples should be taken:: 

Routine drinking water samples should be taken: A. Annually B. Monthly C. Weekly D. Daily

A grease trap is designed to:: 

A grease trap is designed to: A. Dissolve fats, oils, and grease (FOG) B. Eat and digest FOG C. Separate and remove FOG D. Recycle FOG

A grease trap is designed to:: 

A grease trap is designed to: A. Dissolve fats, oils, and grease (FOG) B. Eat and digest FOG C. Separate and remove FOG D. Recycle FOG

Fluorescent lamps should be properly disposed of because they contain:: 

Fluorescent lamps should be properly disposed of because they contain: A. Mercury B. Fluoridium C. Argon D. Radium

Fluorescent lamps should be properly disposed of because they contain:: 

Fluorescent lamps should be properly disposed of because they contain: A. Mercury B. Fluoridium C. Argon D. Radium

Backflow assemblies must be tested by a qualified person:: 

Backflow assemblies must be tested by a qualified person: A. Only at the time of installation B. Every two weeks C. Monthly D. Annually

Backflow assemblies must be tested by a qualified person:: 

Backflow assemblies must be tested by a qualified person: A. Only at the time of installation B. Every two weeks C. Monthly D. Annually

Oil/water separators should be cleaned:: 

Oil/water separators should be cleaned: A. Never B. Only if oil is present in the stormwater outfall C. Monthly D. Annually E. When 1/2 to 1 inch of oil has accumulated on the surface

Oil/water separators should be cleaned:: 

Oil/water separators should be cleaned: A. Never B. Only if oil is present in the stormwater outfall C. Monthly D. Annually E. When 1/2 to 1 inch of oil has accumulated on the surface

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Recycling

Name one of the most common contaminants in recyclable products:: 

Name one of the most common contaminants in recyclable products: A. Food B. Ink C. Glue D. Mold

Name one of the most common contaminants in recyclable products:: 

Name one of the most common contaminants in recyclable products: A. Food B. Ink C. Glue D. Mold

What are the numbers on the bottom of plastics for? : 

What are the numbers on the bottom of plastics for? A. They tell you in what order the products came off the assembly line. B. They are identifiers for the inspectors of the product. C. Category identifiers for the type of plastic (e.g., polyethylene terephthalate) D. There is no significance to the numbers.

What are the numbers on the bottom of plastics for? : 

What are the numbers on the bottom of plastics for? A. They tell you in what order the products came off the assembly line. B. They are identifiers for the inspectors of the product. C. Category identifiers for the type of plastic (e.g., polyethylene terephthalate) D. There is no significance to the numbers.

What kind of glass is not to be put in recycle?: 

What kind of glass is not to be put in recycle? A. Jar and bottles B. Brown or green glass C. Window glass or windshield glass D. Light bulbs E. C and D

What kind of glass is not to be put in recycle?: 

What kind of glass is not to be put in recycle? A. Jar and bottles B. Brown or green glass C. Window glass or windshield glass D. Light bulbs E. C and D

Which are not recyclable papers?: 

Which are not recyclable papers? A. Cardboard cereal boxes B. Carbon paper and thermal fax paper C. Letterhead, easel paper, and telephone books D. Newspapers

Which are not recyclable papers?: 

Which are not recyclable papers? A. Cardboard cereal boxes B. Carbon paper and thermal fax paper C. Letterhead, easel paper, and telephone books D. Newspapers

In what ways should a plastic bag not be reused?: 

In what ways should a plastic bag not be reused? A. Line a small trash bin B. Carry books to the library C. Return it to the grocery store D. Burn garbage in it E. Use it for a lunch sack

In what ways should a plastic bag not be reused?: 

In what ways should a plastic bag not be reused? A. Line a small trash bin B. Carry books to the library C. Return it to the grocery store D. Burn garbage in it E. Use it for a lunch sack

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Wastewater

Identify the false statement. We treat sewage to:: 

Identify the false statement. We treat sewage to: A. Reduce the spread of disease B. Reduce physicians’ workload C. Grow and harvest algae D. Maintain high water quality in our rivers, lakes, and streams

Identify the false statement. We treat sewage to:: 

Identify the false statement. We treat sewage to: A. Reduce the spread of disease B. Reduce physicians’ workload C. Grow and harvest algae D. Maintain high water quality in our rivers, lakes, and streams

What is BOD?: 

What is BOD? A. A great body on a person of the opposite sex B. The biological oxygen demand of wastewater C. A measure of the amount of biodegradable soap in water D. An acronym for “beta-oxidation derivation”

What is BOD?: 

What is BOD? A. A great body on a person of the opposite sex B. The biological oxygen demand of wastewater C. A measure of the amount of biodegradable soap in water D. An acronym for “beta-oxidation derivation”

Which method is NOT acceptable to reduce wastewater volume and concentration?: 

Which method is NOT acceptable to reduce wastewater volume and concentration? A. Install low flow toilets B. Install low flow showers C. Make the inmates “hold it” D. Reduce laundry operations E. Scrape kitchen waste into garbage cans

Which method is NOT acceptable to reduce wastewater volume and concentration?: 

Which method is NOT acceptable to reduce wastewater volume and concentration? A. Install low flow toilets B. Install low flow showers C. Make the inmates “hold it” D. Reduce laundry operations E. Scrape kitchen waste into garbage cans

Which of the following reasons best describes why we file a discharge monitoring report?: 

Which of the following reasons best describes why we file a discharge monitoring report? A. To ensure that streams and rivers are fishable and swimmable B. To keep Ecology happy C. To use treatment plant operators to gather useful data D. To report on the quality of wastewater discharged to rivers and streams

Which of the following reasons best describes why we file a discharge monitoring report?: 

Which of the following reasons best describes why we file a discharge monitoring report? A. To ensure that streams and rivers are fishable and swimmable B. To keep Ecology happy C. To use treatment plant operators to gather useful data D. To report on the quality of wastewater discharged to rivers and streams

Which information is NOT reported on a discharge monitoring report?: 

Which information is NOT reported on a discharge monitoring report? A. Flow B. Biological oxygen demand C. Total suspended solids D. Priority pollutant scans

Which information is NOT reported on a discharge monitoring report?: 

Which information is NOT reported on a discharge monitoring report? A. Flow B. Biological oxygen demand C. Total suspended solids D. Priority pollutant scans

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Sustainability

What is “PBT”?: 

What is “PBT”? A. Persistent bioaccumulative toxin B. Profit before tax C. Plan baseline testing D. Probable biotoxin tracking

What is “PBT”?: 

What is “PBT”? A. Persistent bioaccumulative toxin B. Profit before tax C. Plan baseline testing D. Probable biotoxin tracking

Aluminum made from recycled aluminum uses what percent of energy? : 

Aluminum made from recycled aluminum uses what percent of energy? A. 65% B. 45% C. 25% D. 5%

Aluminum made from recycled aluminum uses what percent of energy? : 

Aluminum made from recycled aluminum uses what percent of energy? A. 65% B. 45% C. 25% D. 5%

A green building:: 

A green building: A. Is a specific color for solar gain B. Uses organically derived pigments C. Uses passive solar energy D. Is used to grow bigger fruits and vegetables

A green building:: 

A green building: A. Is a specific color for solar gain B. Uses organically derived pigments C. Uses passive solar energy D. Is used to grow bigger fruits and vegetables

Which farm animal makes the most methane?: 

Which farm animal makes the most methane? A. Dog B. Turkey C. Cow D. Horse

Which farm animal makes the most methane?: 

Which farm animal makes the most methane? A. Dog B. Turkey C. Cow D. Horse

Wind power is increasing globally. Where is the biggest wind farm currently planned?: 

Wind power is increasing globally. Where is the biggest wind farm currently planned? A. Denmark B. United Kingdom C. Pakistan D. Klickitat, WA E. Casper, WY

Wind power is increasing globally. Where is the biggest wind farm currently planned?: 

Wind power is increasing globally. Where is the biggest wind farm currently planned? A. Denmark B. United Kingdom C. Pakistan D. Klickitat, WA E. Casper, WY

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Hazardous Waste

What chemicals should not be mixed with used oil? : 

What chemicals should not be mixed with used oil? (Select all that apply) A. Hydraulic fluid B. Brake cleaner C. Cutting oil D. Carburetor cleaner E. Gasoline

What chemicals should not be mixed with used oil? : 

What chemicals should not be mixed with used oil? (Select all that apply) A. Hydraulic fluid B. Brake cleaner C. Cutting oil D. Carburetor cleaner E. Gasoline

A liquid waste with a pH of less than 2 or greater than 12.5 is considered to be:: 

A liquid waste with a pH of less than 2 or greater than 12.5 is considered to be: A. Flammable B. Corrosive C. “Nasty” and you shouldn’t drink it D. An oxidizer

A liquid waste with a pH of less than 2 or greater than 12.5 is considered to be:: 

A liquid waste with a pH of less than 2 or greater than 12.5 is considered to be: A. Flammable B. Corrosive C. “Nasty” and you shouldn’t drink it D. An oxidizer

What is a Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA)?: 

What is a Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA)? A. Location in outer space where communication satellites “hang out” B. Slang term for a 90-day storage area C. Container at or near the point of generation that holds a hazardous waste D. Location where chemicals are dispensed to offenders

What is a Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA)?: 

What is a Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA)? A. Location in outer space where communication satellites “hang out” B. Slang term for a 90-day storage area C. Container at or near the point of generation that holds a hazardous waste D. Location where chemicals are dispensed to offenders

What two markings must be on a SAA container?: 

What two markings must be on a SAA container? A. Skull and crossbones B. Generator name and telephone number C. “Unauthorized personnel only” and “This end up” D. The words “hazardous/dangerous waste” and associated risk (toxic, flammable, etc.)

What two markings must be on a SAA container?: 

What two markings must be on a SAA container? A. Skull and crossbones B. Generator name and telephone number C. “Unauthorized personnel only” and “This end up” D. The words “hazardous/dangerous waste” and associated risk (toxic, flammable, etc.)

How often should hazardous waste storage areas be inspected?: 

How often should hazardous waste storage areas be inspected? A. Once a year B. When a problem is noticed C. Once a month D. Once a week

How often should hazardous waste storage areas be inspected?: 

How often should hazardous waste storage areas be inspected? A. Once a year B. When a problem is noticed C. Once a month D. Once a week

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Air Quality

A “Notice of Construction” is:: 

A “Notice of Construction” is: A. A newspaper announcement about a new building project B. A sign posted at a construction site to let the public know about the project C. A permit for building or installing a source of air emissions D. A thank you note from the Building Department

A “Notice of Construction” is:: 

A “Notice of Construction” is: A. A newspaper announcement about a new building project B. A sign posted at a construction site to let the public know about the project C. A permit for building or installing a source of air emissions D. A thank you note from the Building Department

Air emissions may include which of the following:: 

Air emissions may include which of the following: (Select all that apply) A. Invisible gases B. Particulates C. Biological materials D. Road dust E. Odors F. Painting by-products G. Engine exhaust

Air emissions may include which of the following:: 

Air emissions may include which of the following: A. Invisible gases B. Particulates C. Biological materials D. Road dust E. Odors F. Painting by-products G. Engine exhaust (All of the above)

Likely sources of regulated air emissions include:: 

Likely sources of regulated air emissions include: (Select all that apply) A. Livestock B. Power plant C. Garment assembly D. Backyard burning E. Auto painting F. Library operations

Likely sources of regulated air emissions include:: 

Likely sources of regulated air emissions include: A. Livestock B. Power plant C. Garment assembly D. Backyard burning E. Auto painting F. Library operations

Which of the following would probably not require an air permit?: 

Which of the following would probably not require an air permit? (Select all that apply) A. Meat packing operation B. Freezers C. Large emergency generator D. Fiberglass manufacturing E. Dry cleaning operation F. Air conditioning units

Which of the following would probably not require an air permit?: 

Which of the following would probably not require an air permit? A. Meat packing operation B. Freezers C. Large emergency generator D. Fiberglass manufacturing E. Dry cleaning operation F. Air conditioning units

Which of the following materials are allowed to be burned in a permitted open fire?: 

Which of the following materials are allowed to be burned in a permitted open fire? (Select all that apply) A. Garbage B. Plastics C. Rubber D. Treated wood E. Tree limbs F. Brush G. Dead animals

Which of the following materials are allowed to be burned in a permitted open fire?: 

Which of the following materials are allowed to be burned in a permitted open fire? A. Garbage B. Plastics C. Rubber D. Treated wood E. Tree limbs F. Brush G. Dead animals

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Bonus Questions

The average mouthful of food has traveled:: 

The average mouthful of food has traveled: A. 200 miles B. 500 miles C. 800 miles D. 1200 miles

The average mouthful of food has traveled:: 

The average mouthful of food has traveled: A. 200 miles B. 500 miles C. 800 miles D. 1200 miles

Which of the following pollutants is likely to be in wastewater from all DOC institutions?: 

Which of the following pollutants is likely to be in wastewater from all DOC institutions? A. Zirconium B. Argon C. Tanzanite D. Zinc E. Prisonium

Which of the following pollutants is likely to be in wastewater from all DOC institutions?: 

Which of the following pollutants is likely to be in wastewater from all DOC institutions? A. Zirconium B. Argon C. Tanzanite D. Zinc E. Prisonium

What is the associated hazard with Di-hydrogen oxide?: 

What is the associated hazard with Di-hydrogen oxide? A. Toxic in any concentration B. It is an oxidizer C. You could drown in it D. Corrosive at high temperatures E. None of the above

What is the associated hazard with Di-hydrogen oxide?: 

What is the associated hazard with Di-hydrogen oxide? A. Toxic in any concentration B. It is an oxidizer C. You could drown in it D. Corrosive at high temperatures E. None of the above

Which is not an acceptable use of treated wastewater?: 

Which is not an acceptable use of treated wastewater? A. Water the Superintendent’s lawn B. Irrigation for gardens and crops C. Washdown water within the treatment plant D. Drinking water

Which is not an acceptable use of treated wastewater?: 

Which is not an acceptable use of treated wastewater? A. Water the Superintendent’s lawn B. Irrigation for gardens and crops C. Washdown water within the treatment plant D. Drinking water

Which practices are likely to add METALS to wastewater?: 

Which practices are likely to add METALS to wastewater? (Select all that apply) A. Medical and dental labs B. Photograph and X-ray processing C. Dry cleaning D. License plate manufacture E. Metal furniture manufacture

Which practices are likely to add METALS to wastewater?: 

Which practices are likely to add METALS to wastewater? (Select all that apply) A. Medical and dental labs B. Photograph and X-ray processing C. Dry cleaning D. License plate manufacture E. Metal furniture manufacture

Air permits are issued by which of the following agencies?: 

Air permits are issued by which of the following agencies? (Select all that apply) A. Municipalities B. Department of Health C. Department of Ecology D. Department of Labor & Industries E. County-based air authorities

Air permits are issued by which of the following agencies?: 

Air permits are issued by which of the following agencies? (Select all that apply) A. Municipalities B. Department of Health C. Department of Ecology D. Department of Labor & Industries E. County-based air authorities

Which of the following is not an illegal environmental activity?: 

Which of the following is not an illegal environmental activity? A. Pouring solvent on the ground B. Draining used oil to a storm drain C. Burning cow manure D. Recycling aluminum cans E. Flushing oil-based paint down the toilet

Which of the following is not an illegal environmental activity?: 

Which of the following is not an illegal environmental activity? A. Pouring solvent on the ground B. Draining used oil to a storm drain C. Burning cow manure D. Recycling aluminum cans E. Flushing oil-based paint down the toilet

Which is a true statement regarding SAA’s?: 

Which is a true statement regarding SAA’s? A. SAA’s must have an ongoing process B. 55 gallons of dangerous waste or 1 qt. acutely hazardous waste is the volume limit of an SAA C. SAA containers typically are quiet and keep to themselves, thus making them poor conversation companions D. All of the above

Which is a true statement regarding SAA’s?: 

Which is a true statement regarding SAA’s? A. SAA’s must have an ongoing process B. 55 gallons of dangerous waste or 1 qt. acutely hazardous waste is the volume limit of an SAA C. SAA containers typically are quiet and keep to themselves, thus making them poor conversation companions D. All of the above

How does the Department of Ecology define “waste”? : 

How does the Department of Ecology define “waste”? A. A discarded material B. A chemical that is beyond its shelf life C. A chemical such as solvent that has been used D. All of the above

How does the Department of Ecology define “waste”? : 

How does the Department of Ecology define “waste”? A. A discarded material B. A chemical that is beyond its shelf life C. A chemical such as solvent that has been used D. All of the above

Which of the following materials are not allowed to be burned in a solid fuel burning device?: 

Which of the following materials are not allowed to be burned in a solid fuel burning device? (Select all that apply) A. Garbage B. Dry wood C. Paints D. Treated wood E. Paper F. Plastics

Which of the following materials are not allowed to be burned in a solid fuel burning device?: 

Which of the following materials are not allowed to be burned in a solid fuel burning device? A. Garbage B. Dry wood C. Paints D. Treated wood E. Paper F. Plastics

Which of the following is not a regulated air pollutant?: 

Which of the following is not a regulated air pollutant? (Select all that apply) A. Carbon dioxide (CO2) B. Total particulates (TSP) C. Sulfur oxides (SOx) D. Volatile organic compounds (VOC) E. Steam (H2O) F. Toxic air pollutants (TAP)

Which of the following is not a regulated air pollutant?: 

Which of the following is not a regulated air pollutant? A. Carbon dioxide (CO2) B. Total particulates (TSP) C. Sulfur oxides (Sox) D. Volatile organic compounds (VOC) E. Steam (H2O) F. Toxic air pollutants (TAP)

To reduce potable water use:: 

To reduce potable water use: A. Implement 100% laundry water recycling B. Use self-cleaning dishes C. Shower together (restrict offender showers) D. Use water efficient landscaping

To reduce potable water use:: 

To reduce potable water use: A. Implement 100% laundry water recycling B. Use self-cleaning dishes C. Shower together (restrict offender showers) D. Use water efficient landscaping

Waste can be reduced by turning food waste into compost. Waste equals:: 

Waste can be reduced by turning food waste into compost. Waste equals: A. Garbage B. Want C. Food D. Opportunity

Waste can be reduced by turning food waste into compost. Waste equals:: 

Waste can be reduced by turning food waste into compost. Waste equals: A. Garbage B. Want C. Food D. Opportunity

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