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GeoInsight is Approved for PRF61 and PRF67 for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts!

April 14, 2017

GeoInsight was awarded contracts by Massachusetts Operational Services Division (OSD) and the Division of Capital Asset, Management, and Maintenance (DCAMM) to provide a wide variety of compliance, environmental, and engineering design services.  GeoInsight passed an extensive vetting process and met the strict insurance requirements required to provide these services to Commonwealth Agencies and Municipalities.

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GeoInsight’s Engineering Experts to Present Seminar on Foundation Repair

March 22, 2017

GeoInsight Soil and Foundation Engineering Experts will offer a day-long educational seminar on Foundation Repair: Science, Materials, and Techniques on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 in Manchester, NH.

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Upcoming Deadline for Underground Storage Tanks

February 21, 2017

Massachusetts Single-Wall Steel Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) Must Be Removed or Closed-In-Place by August 7, 2017

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Reminder Compliance Tier II Reports Due March 1

February 1, 2017

Tier II reports are due on March 1, 2016 to the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and the local fire department.

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GeoInsight to Analyze Environmental Impact from Eversource Seacoast Reliability Project in New Hampshire

January 27, 2017


Tier II Reports Due March 1, 2017

January 6, 2017

Tier II EPCRA Reports Compliance Reminder and Services from GeoInsight, Inc.. Tier II Reports are due 3/1/17. Read more about requirements and basic TPQ amounts for NH, MA, CT, ME, RI, VT and NY.

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GeoInsight's 19th Annual Golf Outing Raises $2,000 for local NH Charity

September 22, 2016

GeoInsight employees, clients, and vendors gather for annual fundraising event.

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OSHA to Raise Penalty Fines; Make Reports Public

August 8, 2016

For the first time since 1990, OSHA is increasing monetary penalties to adjust for inflation, to include annual increases moving forward. These new penalties became effective August 1, 2016.

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TRI Reports Due July 1

May 27, 2016

Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Reports are due July 1, 2016. GeoInsight offers assistance in meeting this requirement as well as having TUR Planners on Staff with experience in the states of MA, NH, CT, ME, RI, VT. Call 1-800-217-1953 for more information.

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GeoInsight Leaders Present Geotechnical Case Studies at UNH Alumni Conference

May 24, 2016

GeoInsight Engineers and UNH Alumni Mike Penney and Brian Nereson presented geotechnical engineering case studies at the UNH Civil & Environmental Engineering Alumni Meeting.

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MA State Contract Announcement PRF61 and MASSBUYS Expo

April 28, 2016

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!

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Possible Re-Opening of Closed TCE Sites in Massachusetts

February 12, 2016

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.

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GeoInsight to Evaluate NED Impact on Turners Falls Water Supply

February 11, 2016

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.

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Reminder: March 1, 2016 RCRA Biennial Reporting Deadline for Large Quantity Hazardous Waste Generators

February 5, 2016

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.

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