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South Caroline Department of Juvenile JusticeSouth Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (SCDJJ) Director Margaret Barber and staff (left to right) Andy Broughton, Chief of Security, Shane Powers, Business Systems Manager, Director Barber, Aloysius Anderson, Green Training and Environmental Control Consultant.

South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (SCDJJ) Director Margaret Barber and staff (left to right) Andy Broughton, Chief of Security, Shane Powers, Business Systems Manager, Director Barber, Aloysius Anderson, Green Training and Environmental Control Consultant.

 

 GreenPrisons recently had the opportunity to visit with Director Margaret Barber and some key members of her staff supporting the agency’s sustainability efforts.  Watch this column in the upcoming weeks to learn more about these innovative sustainability practices SC DJJ has initiated.

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