GeoInsight is pleased to announce our approval for the Management Consultants, Program Coordinators, and Planner Service Massachusetts Statewide Contract PRF61. We will be at the MASSBUYS EXPO at Gillette Stadium on April 28th.
Come by and see us at Booth 150 where you can play GeoInsight's own "mini" football game for a chance to win great prizes!
On January 28, 2016, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MADEP) announced that they will be re-visiting approximately 200 previously-closed historical trichloroethylene (TCE) sites. Recent changes in the understanding of TCE’s toxicity and concerns about potential vapor intrusion, particularly to residences, prompted the MADEP to take this unusual step in the interest of public health.
The Turners Falls Massachusetts Water Department recently retained GeoInsight Hydrogeologist David G. Harwood, P.G. to evaluate the potential impact from the planned Northeast Energy Direct (NED) gas pipeline may have on their aquifer and the municipal wellhead protection area.
Federal regulations require Large Quantity Hazardous Waste (LQG) generators to submit a report every two years regarding the nature, quantities, and disposition of hazardous waste generated at a facility. Click through to learn what your facility needs to do to comply.
On June 4, 2015, the USEPA issued its new Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for Stormwater Discharges from Industrial Activities. Click through to learn how your facility's reporting requirements have changed.
Michael Penney, Director of Engineering at GeoInsight, will be speaking at an upcoming National Business Institute (NBI) teleconference geared towards attorneys who handle stormwater-related issues. Click to learn more!
On March 4th, 2015, GeoInsight Environmental Scientists Timothy Myjak and Nick Granata participated in the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) New England Retail Connection at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut.