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.
In 2001, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) developed an innovative approach to chemical management using a web-based application called UNHCEMS®. http://www.geoinsight.com/services/compliance-ehs/chemical-inventory-management/
Autumn is hunting season in New England. Whether you're planning on hunting or just enjoying the outdoors, it's important to keep safety at the front of your mind. Click through for our top tips to have a safe and happy hunting season.
On July 28th, GeoInsight's Director of Compliance Suzanne Pisano, PE, LEED AP presented at Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA)'s 61st annual conference in Palm Springs, CA.
The NHDES is soliciting applications for local source water protection grants. About $200,000 is anticipated (up to $20,000 per grant) to help water suppliers, municipalities, and watershed associations implement programs to protect existing sources of public drinking water.
The long-awaited regulatory changes to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP; 310 CMR 40.0000) are finally in the publication stage with the Secretary of State’s office. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MADEP) estimates that the new version of the MCP will be published on either April 11 or April 25, 2014.
Most states require facilities to report their air emissions, allowing environmental agencies to track emissions from a wide variety of sources. This practice ensures that air quality standards set accurately: protecting human health and the environment. Keep reading to find out what kinds of facilities need to report, and learn about your state's specific requirements.