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2019 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) Reports Due July 1

May 22, 2019

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) requires facilities to submit Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reports by July 1 each year. If you are unsure whether your facility meets the reporting criteria, unaware of the steps required to report to the TRI Program, or need a refresher regarding what changes have been made to the program, we have provided some helpful information to help with your self-evaluation so your facility is prepared for the deadline.

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GeoInsight Organizes Dinner for Women in Environmental Services Industry

May 21, 2019

GeoInsight's Director of Compliance Suzanne Pisano and Massachusetts Regional Manager Christene Binger organized a dinner for our women clients and the hardworking women we have as part of our staff.

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GeoInsight Welcomes New Board Members 
Kevin Trainer And Suzanne Pisano To Lead Strategic Growth

May 15, 2019

GeoInsight, Inc. announces Senior Associate Kevin Trainer and Senior Engineer/Director of Compliance Suzanne Pisano have joined their Board of Directors.

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Dry Cleaner Pollution Assessment and Remediation Presentation to Major Insurance Carrier

May 3, 2019

GeoInsight senior associate and geologist, Kevin D. Trainer, recently gave an accredited presentation to professionals at a major insurance carrier on the assessment and remediation of hazardous releases from dry cleaning facilities.

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Environmental Best Management Practices (BMPs)for NH Auto Salvage Yards

April 26, 2019

GeoInsight's Senior Hydrogeologist, Andrea Kenter, provided a presentation on environmental concerns of auto salvage yards and Best Management Practices (BMPs) to the Auto & Truck Recyclers Association of New Hampshire (ATRA-NH). Kenter's presentation on BMPs summarized existing expectations of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) for owners of operating salvage yards.  Her presentation provided numerous ways facilities can eliminate, reduce or minimize the release of pollutants to their surrounding environment.

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Five Things You Need to Know About Changes to the New Hampshire Annual Air Emission Statements

March 15, 2019

New Hampshire facilities with air permits should take notice to recent changes made by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) to how air pollutant emission fees (emission fees) are calculated and paid. These changes were finalized on October 24, 2018. If you are just hearing this news for the first time, or need a refresher regarding the changes made and what you must submit, here are five things you need to know to prepare your facility’s Annual Emission Statement for 2018 emissions:

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2019 Compliance Tier II Reports Due March 1st

February 4, 2019

Tier II reports are due to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by March 1st.

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Emerging Contaminant Update Presentation to NH Septic Installers

January 25, 2019

In December, GeoInsight’s director of water supply, Dave Maclean, provided an update on emerging contaminant issues to the New Hampshire for Septic System Designers and Installers Association organized by the New Hampshire Water Works Association (NHWWA). This program is provided roughly every two years to provide septic system installers with updates on technologies and regulations relating to on-site waste water discharge and design.

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11 Tips to Avoid a Residential Oil Spill

December 21, 2018

Many homeowners are unaware of what their liability includes in owning an Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) to store their heating oil. Of course this only comes up when fuel tanks or lines rupture. At GeoInsight, we see ruptures all winter long and will work with the oil distributors, insurance companies, and homeowners to reach a fair determination of the cause and origin of the spill.

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Emergency Oil Spill Response from a Routine Heating Oil Delivery

November 27, 2018

Oil Distribution: Tips and Lessons Learned from Mattapan, MA As winter has abruptly settled into New England, homeowners are now filling up their heating oil tanks, possibly for the first time this season. This might seem like another routine annual service, but all parties involved-homeowners, oil distributors, and insurers should remember that after a few months of dormancy, fill and vent lines can become clogged and corrosion can weaken both tanks and fuel lines.

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GeoInsight Provides Geotechnical Services for SNHU New Parking Garage

November 8, 2018

Rising Above: Supporting Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU)’s New Millyard Parking Garage Few things are as impressive and exciting as watching long-undeveloped land undergo construction. The new Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) parking garage in the historic Millyard of Manchester, New Hampshire, is no exception. GeoInsight is proud to help our client, Lansing Melbourne Group, address the parking needs of SNHU as they begin to fill in their new space off Commercial Street along the Merrimack River.

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The One Water Initiative and a Call for Consensus Building by Dave Maclean

October 23, 2018

Water Regulatory Updates By GeoInsight's Water Supply Expert, Dave Maclean Earlier this month, Dave had the pleasure of working with the New England Water Works Association’s Water Conservation, Sustainability, and Water Resources Committees on a symposium focusing on holistic water management and the US Water Alliance’s One Water Plan. Read more about Dave's experience.

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GeoInsight's Annual Golf Outing Raises $1,500 for Connecticut Charity

October 15, 2018

GeoInsight hosted its annual charity golf tournament at the Wachusett Country Club on September 13, 2018. After celebrating the 20th anniversary of this event last year, we were excited for yet another to get out onto the links and enjoy a fun-filled day of friendly competition paired with excellent refreshments and prizes.Attendees donated various items to help Oak Hill, from paint brushes to acrylic paints, markers to colored pencils, drawing paper to air dry clay. Along with all of the items donated, we raised $1,500 in support of Oak Hill and its charitable mission.

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Source Registration (SR) and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Reporting Updates

September 5, 2018

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has provided recent updates regarding Source Registration (SR) reporting—including those for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions—and web forms. At this time, the MassDEP has made new SR and GHG web forms available for the 2016 time period. Due to delays in web form availability, MassDEP is accepting SR-only, GHG-only, or combined SR/GHG emissions reports only for 2016, not for 2017.

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NHDES announces Ambient Groundwater Quality Standard changes effective September 1, 2018

August 28, 2018

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) has announced changes to its Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards (AGQS), effective September 1, 2018.  Some of the standards are increased while others are lowered. Not all of these chemicals are often detected at sites, but there are a few changes that will impact activities ranging from real estate due diligence to monitoring remediation results at New Hampshire sites, in particular for naphthalene, 1,4-dioxane, and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS).

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