Update: Long Island’s 1,4-Dioxane Issue

Posted by Greta White

Cancer-causing Chemical Is Present in Long Island Groundwater and Drinking Water Samples Last year, New…

PFOS Contamination is Back in the News – Now, on Long Island

Posted by Greta White

Suspected MacArthur Airport Groundwater Contamination Islip, NY Recent PFOA and PFOS Contaminant History Poly- and…

New Part 361-4 Solid Waste Regulations Affect Mulch Processing and Storage Facilities

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Mulch Processing and Storage Facilities Under the Newly Amended Solid Waste Regulations Does your facility…

5 Steps for Quality Assurance & Quality Control (QA/QC) in Groundwater Sampling

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Groundwater Sampling Groundwater sampling and monitoring is a crucial component of the majority of subsurface…

Key Stormwater Permit Requirements for Vehicle Dismantling Facilities

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Stormwater Regulation Updates Affect Auto Salvage Businesses If you own or operate a Vehicle Dismantling…

Reminder: Annual Waste Report is Due March 1st

Posted by Robert Lopinto

  As the year comes to a close, don’t forget about the New York State…

Long Island’s Big Push Towards Nitrogen Removing Septic Tanks

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Suffolk County Septic Systems As stated in our recent blog “Suffolk County Commercial Cesspools Will…

Suffolk County Commercial Cesspools Will No Longer Be Grandfathered-in During Redevelopment

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Commercial property owners undergoing renovations or expansions, take note of recent changes to the Suffolk…

Save Money on Your NYC DEP Right to Know Filing – Dispose of Unnecessary Chemicals

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Business Owners in New York City: Have You Heard of the DEP Right to Know…

Groundwater 101: Monitoring Well Installation

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Groundwater Monitoring Well Installation Basics Groundwater monitoring wells are commonly installed at sites that are…

New York State Takes Control of Establishing 1,4-Dioxane And PFOA Drinking Water Standards

Posted by Greta White

The presence of 1,4-dioxane in drinking water has been an on-going concern for many residents…