Fate and Transport of Hydrocarbons: Contamination and Its Relationship to Our Lives

Public concern over the effects of chemical releases into the environment through human activity has grown steadily since the inception of the U.S. EPA on December 2, 1970.

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Using eCAP To Plan for Compliance
Fate and Transport of Hydrocarbons: Contamination and Its Relationship to Our Lives
Face to Face with Phase I and Phase II ESA's
Solutions to the Environmental Sword of Damocles: EHS Audits and the eCAP Program.
Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Taking the Mystery out of Industrial Hygiene Sampling - Marketing Department

Airborne toxins present a threat in many workplaces around the country. Smokes, mists, gases, fumes, and vapors all have the potential to expose workers to both acute and chronic health issues.


   Post Date: 4/10/2018

Protect Your Drinking Water! - Marketing Department

Communities, citizen groups, and individuals can take an active role in protecting their drinking water sources from contamination. Surface water (streams, rivers, and lakes) or ground water can serve as sources of drinking water. Source water provides water for public drinking water supplies and private water wells. Public utilities treat most water used for public drinking water supplies. Protecting source water from contamination can reduce treatment costs, and reduces risks to public health from exposures to contaminated water.


   Post Date: 4/4/2018

Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: To Drill, or Not to Drill: Do I Need a Phase II ESA, is the Question! - Marketing Department

The scene is set. The actors take center stage, and the final act of this real estate transaction can begin: the closing! 


   Post Date: 4/3/2018

Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Reducing Emissions and Expenses with Natural Gas - Marketing Department

Natural gas is an alternative and natural form of energy, which can be used to replace traditional fossil fuels and help reduce the amount of harmful emission released into the atmosphere.


   Post Date: 3/27/2018

Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Is it Dust, or Respirable Crystalline Silica? What's Your Liability? - Marketing Department

By now, it should be old news that there is a new OSHA Standard for Respirable Crystalline Silica (29 CFR 1926.1153). The new standard was effective June 23, 2016. Enforcement has already begun, but the official enforcement date is June 23, 2018. 


   Post Date: 3/20/2018

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