Pennsylvania Governor’s Occupational Safety & Health Conference

August Mack will be presenting at the Pennsylvania Governor's Occupational Safety & Health Conference (PA GOSH) Conference. For over 90 years, the PA GOSH Conference has educated and empowered safety professionals, employers, and employees throughout the commonwealth. More than 80,000 business and labor professionals have come together to learn, share [...]

By |2022-03-30T09:56:18-04:00October 31, 2022||0 Comments

Vapor Intrusion – Beware of Biased Results

Vapor Intrusion (VI) remains a hot-button topic in the environmental field for regulators, consultants, owners/operators, and prospective purchasers of commercial properties.  Collecting representative VI data can be difficult due to a variety of reasons, including weather and atmospheric conditions, the building construction, and the chemicals stored at the facility.  As [...]

By |2022-03-14T17:08:54-04:00April 13, 2022||0 Comments

Storm Water Permitting – Are You In Compliance?

Every five years the Multi-Sector General Permits for Industrial Stormwater Discharge are updated by the U.S. EPA and States who are authorized to implement individual storm water programs. On January 15, 2021, the U.S. EPA signed and issued the 2021 MSGP which regulates federal facilities. This year the Ohio Multi-Sector [...]

By |2022-01-17T14:43:30-05:00March 9, 2022||0 Comments

Storm Water Permitting – Are You In Compliance?

Every five years the Multi-Sector General Permits for Industrial Stormwater Discharge are updated by the U.S. EPA and States who are authorized to implement individual storm water programs. On January 15, 2021, the U.S. EPA signed and issued the 2021 MSGP which regulates federal facilities. This year the Ohio Multi-Sector [...]

By |2022-01-17T14:43:30-05:00March 9, 2022||0 Comments

Industrial Storm Water Permitting

Are you in compliance? Is your business subject to storm water permitting? Storm water programs are regulated by the EPA, State, and local authorities. However, most states are authorized to implement individual storm water NPDES permitting programs. The EPA remains the permitting authority in a few states, territories, and on [...]

By |2022-01-31T14:59:43-05:00January 31, 2022|Compliance, News|0 Comments

Environmental Ethics: How Does Your Ethical Yardstick Measure Up?

How do you as an individual know what is right and what is wrong? How do we as a society determine what is moral? Where are those individual and/or societal lessons learned? The concepts of right and wrong have been debated for centuries and continue to this day. To improve [...]

By |2022-01-31T14:36:41-05:00January 31, 2022|News|0 Comments

Use of Institutional Controls to Facilitate Site Closure

Intuitional Controls (ICs) are property or governmental controls that are used to manage risks and/or control potentially complete exposure pathways. Obtaining Site Closure through regulatory agencies doesn’t necessarily mean complete clean up to non-detect levels. As complete cleanup would be impracticable due to cost and timing limitations, using ICs is [...]

By |2021-11-12T09:07:26-05:00January 19, 2022||0 Comments

Use of Institutional Controls to Facilitate Site Closure

Intuitional Controls (ICs) are property or governmental controls that are used to manage risks and/or control potentially complete exposure pathways. Obtaining Site Closure through regulatory agencies doesn’t necessarily mean complete clean up to non-detect levels. As complete cleanup would be impracticable due to cost and timing limitations, using ICs is [...]

By |2021-11-12T09:07:26-05:00January 19, 2022||0 Comments

Why All The Fuss About Mold?

Mold has been a known indoor air quality concern since at least 1994, and a lot has been learned about mold in the years since. However, to date, there are still no federal regulations governing mold. A few states (New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Maryland) and municipalities (New York [...]

By |2021-11-22T10:27:00-05:00December 15, 2021||0 Comments

Why All The Fuss About Mold?

Mold has been a known indoor air quality concern since at least 1994, and a lot has been learned about mold in the years since. However, to date, there are still no federal regulations governing mold. A few states (New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Maryland) and municipalities (New York [...]

By |2021-11-22T10:27:00-05:00December 15, 2021||0 Comments
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