Is Your Facility Affected by the Flexible Changes of NYSDEC 6 NYCRR Part 360, 361, and 362?

Posted by Grace Herrera

Do you own a Solid Waste Facility? Are you aware of the new NYCRR Part…

Why Site-Planning Is Important For Mulch Facilities!

Posted by Grace Herrera

Why Site-Planning Is Important For Mulch Facilities! Do you own or operate a Mulch Processing…

Are you prepared to meet the upcoming fill material sampling requirements? Less than 6 months to go!

Posted by Andrew Oskowsky

Are you prepared to meet the upcoming fill material sampling requirements? Less than 6 months…

Have You Taken Steps to Comply with NYSDEC’s Part 360 Registration Requirements? 5 Things You Need to Know

Posted by Sydney Schandel

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation released the new 6 NYCRR Part 360…

UPDATE: DEC Releases New Comprehensive Strategy Impacting Composting and Mulching Operations

Posted by Kristin Scroope

With regards to the risk of groundwater pollution, the New York State Department of Environmental…

How Does Walden Use Drones to Monitor and Manage Sites?

Posted by Ashley Mantrana

Using Drones to Monitor and Manage Your Solid Waste Sites Walden Environmental Engineering has been…

MULCH NOW REGULATED UNDER PART 361

Posted by Ashley Mantrana

Did you know that as part of new Part 361 regulations, if you require a:…

How do Transfer Stations Comply with NYSDEC Part 360 Regulations?

Posted by Ashley Mantrana

Walden Environmental Engineering Presents NYSDEC Part 360 Seminar in Riverhead, NY. Robert LoPinto, Professional Engineer…

NYSDEC Part 364 – Waste Transporter Regulations

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Attention all Waste Transporters who operate within the State of New York: The NYSDEC Part…

New NYSDEC Hazardous Waste e-Manifest System Starting June 30th

Posted by Robert Lopinto

If you are a Hazardous Waste Generator, Transporter or Receiving Facility in New York, you…

NYSDEC Hazardous Waste Reduction Plans

Posted by Robert Lopinto

If you are an owner or an operator of a facility that generates 25 tons…