Walden Environmental Engineering Presents Asset and Property Valuation Topics at Upcoming NYSAA Conference

The New York State Assessors’ Association presents their 2019 Annual Meeting and Conference next week at the Crowne Plaza in Lake Placid on September 22nd through the 25th. Thomas T. (Ted) Nitza Jr., P.E., Senior Project Manager from Walden will present, “Special Purpose Property Valuations- A Deeper Dive into the Details and Process” on Tuesday… Read More

Why is an Environmental Feasibility Study Important?

Why is an Environmental Feasibility Study Important? An Environmental Feasibility Study (FS) is a comparative process used to determine the best choice for remediation of a contaminated property, such as a listed inactive hazardous waste disposal site or Superfund project site, in New York State.  An FS is used to develop and evaluate remedial alternatives… Read More

Why is an Environmental Feasibility Study Important in Superfund Project Management?

Why is an Environmental Feasibility Study Important in Superfund Project Management? Why is an Environmental Feasibility Study Important in Superfund Project Management? An Environmental Feasibility Study (FS) is a comparative process used to determine the best choice for remediation of a contaminated property, such as a listed inactive hazardous waste disposal site or Superfund project… Read More

Climate Change and Environmental Protections in NYS

Climate Change and Environmental Protections in New York State New York State (NYS) is taking aggressive steps to curb the increasingly more evident effects of climate change by being a leader in environmental protection and clean energy. NYS is both looking to initiate additional environmental protections to reduce environmental pollution and to utilize renewable energy… Read More

Legionella Prevention for Health Care Facilities

Legionella Prevention for Health Care Facilities When it comes to general hospitals and residential health care facilities, compliance with the New York State Legionella Regulations involves a unique set of standards when compared to other facilities where Legionella is a risk. Subpart 4-2 within Section 225(5)(a) of the New York State Public Health Law requires… Read More

OSHA Safety Standard on Heat Stress

OSHA Safety Standard on Heat Stress   During summer time, it is usual for every person working outdoors to be concerned about hot working conditions that might lead to heat stress related illnesses/injuries. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), every year, dozens of workers die and thousands more become ill while working… Read More