Cooling Tower and Evaporative Coolers Issues – What You Need to Know about Legionella Compliance in New York State

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Legionnaire’s Disease is Preventable Recent outbreaks of Legionellosis (Legionnaire’s disease) have been traced to the…

Petroleum Storage Requirements: SPCC Plan for Spill Preparation

Posted by Lawrence LePere

Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans All too often, facilities that store potentially hazardous…

Don’t Forget About the NYC DEP Community Right-to-Know Filing

Posted by Kristin Scroope

Business owners have a lot on their minds this time of year. We want to…

Commitment to Continuing Education: Electric Code Refresher

Posted by Joe Heaney

Walden’s Commitment to Continuing Education In an ever evolving world, Walden understands that on-going education…

Reminder: NYC DEP Community Right to Know Filing

Posted by Kristin Scroope

It’s approaching the time of year again to prepare for the New York City Department…

Case Study: Waste Drum Disposal

Posted by Kristin Scroope

A Common Situation Walden Environmental Engineering (Walden) is regularly retained by clients to consult on…

Get Ready for the OSHA Silica Standard for General Industry

Posted by Robert Lopinto

In 2016 OSHA issued the standard 1910.1053 for General Industry in order to protect workers…

Construction Site Safety Concern: Trenches and Excavations Part II

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Excavating is a common activity on construction projects which can create dangerous situations for employers,…

Construction Site Safety Concern: Trenches and Excavations Part I

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Many construction site supervisors are concerned about the safety and worry that they are leaving…

Ready for the OSHA Silica Exposure Standard in the Construction Industry?

Posted by Robert Lopinto

In 2016 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a standard to protect construction…

Have You Received a Community Right to Know Violation?

Posted by Kristin Scroope

The Community Right to Know program requires all businesses in New York City storing hazardous…