Pumpkin Fest 2017

Posted by Joe Heaney

Walden Environmental Engineering appreciates its employees as much as its customers.  Because of that, Walden…

Legionnaires’ Disease Towards Tail End of Cooling Season

Posted by Peter Brighton

If you have listened to or watched the local news lately, you have likely heard about…

Walden Welcomes Erica Johnston

Posted by Joe Heaney

Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC would like to welcome its newest addition, Erica Johnston. Erica is…

Walden Welcomes Sydney Schandel

Posted by Joe Heaney

Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC would like to welcome its newest addition, Sydney Schandel. Sydney is…

How Will the Proposed Revised NYS DEC Part 360 Ruling (Released June 21, 2017) Affect You?

Posted by Robert Lopinto

If you are the owner or customer of Fill Material Transfer Stations (FMTS) or C&D…

Recent Legionella-related Incidents in New York City

Posted by Peter Brighton

When following the news lately, you may have noticed that Legionella is back in the…

The Importance of Internships in Environmental Engineering

Posted by Joe Heaney

In today’s competitive work environment, college students need every advantage they can get prior to…

Make Your Voice Heard: The Public Comment Period for Proposed Changes to NYS SEQRA Regulations is Open

Posted by Lawrence LePere

The Public Comment period for Proposed Changes to NYS SEQRA regulations is open until May…

Do You Know How to Dispose of Hazardous Waste?

Posted by Robert Lopinto

In February a New York business and one employee were convicted for violating the New…

What to do when your Right-to-Know Filing is Late

Posted by Kristin Scroope

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection requires all businesses to report hazardous substances…

The Origins of 1,4-Dioxane: How Did It Get Into Long Island’s Drinking Water?

Posted by Joe Heaney

Long Island’s groundwater has recently been reported to contain elevated levels of 1,4-dioxane. As discussed…