Consistently providing high-quality, innovative solutions to complex environmental issues while maintaining a cost-effective and individualized approach to each project.

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EHS Compliance 

Maintaining a thorough knowledge of the ever-changing regulatory requirements that apply to your business so we can help you stay in compliance.

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Offering expert design and permitting strategies beginning with a thorough review of existing site information, local, state and federal regulations and assessing the development potential of the parcel.


Enforcement Actions 2017

Knowing the enforcement actions initiated by Maine Department of Environmental Protection (Maine DEP) and New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) in a given year can help to better understand…


U.S. DOT Training

St.Germain Collins is offering a one-day training session for anyone whose job responsibilities include offering and/or receiving shipments of hazardous materials, to satisfy the U.S. DOT requirements set forth in…


Summer Internship

College students (juniors or seniors) majoring in science or engineering can gain real-world work experience and skills through St.Germain Collins’ internship program. If you have the desire to get hands-on experience…

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Upcoming EHS Training Courses

Are you looking for EHS training in Maine? St.Germain Collins is offering the following one-day courses in our Westbrook, Maine location. Maine Hazardous & Universal Waste Training (with an optional…


Changes to SBA’s Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) 50 10 5(J) Impacting Environmental Policies and Procedures

Now that the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) 50 10 5(J) went into effect earlier this month, below is a quick summary of the changes that…

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Welcome to the 2018 EHS Reporting Season

First on many EHS reporting calendars is the annual Tier II Chemical Inventory Report. Submission of Tier II reports to state emergency management agencies, local planning committees and fire departments is required…