Dry Cleaners Regulatory Update – 6 NYCRR Part 232

Posted by Robert Lopinto

The Environmental Impact of Dry Cleaners Historically, dry cleaning facilities have been hotbeds for subsurface…

PCBs Pollution and the Hudson River

Posted by Nora Brew

How did Polychlorinated Biphenyls become so prevalent in the Hudson River? PCBs Overview Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)…

Soil Vapor Intrusion Solutions – Sub-Slab Depressurization System

Posted by Kristin Scroope

How to Address Soil Vapor Intrusion Discussed in a previous blog (link at the bottom…

What is Soil Vapor Intrusion, and Why Should We Be Concerned?

Posted by Kristin Scroope

How Can Environmental Contamination Affect You? Soil Vapor Intrusion Subsurface contamination, whether stemming from hazardous…

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…

Understanding Tax Credits in the New York State Brownfield Cleanup Program

Posted by Nora Brew

The New York State Brownfield Cleanup Program (NYSBCP) began as a means to encourage the…

Environmental Grant Opportunities with NY Regional Economic Development Council

Posted by Nora Brew

Walden recently attended a workshop presented by the NY Regional Economic Development Council to learn…

New York State Grants Available for Clean Water and Drinking Water Infrastructure Improvement Projects

Posted by Nora Brew

As municipalities across the country are assessing and investing in improvements to aging water treatment…

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…

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…