South Portland Housing Authority (SPHA) received final Planning Board approval for the redevelopment of the St.John’s Church and school property at 611 Main Street. The project will be a mixed use, 4-story building with 42 affordable housing apartments on the top three floors and retail/commercial space on the first floor, plus three new residential lots. […]
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently sent out a five-year certification reminder to those who have a DEP Stormwater or Site Law permit issued on or after 2006. This may affect more than just those who currently have these permits. If you are planning to purchase a property with existing development, you should […]
On June 25th, our Director of EHS Services, Sandra Perry, attended the Industrial Wastewater Conference in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The event was hosted by The New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Industrial Wastewater Committee. This specialty seminar focused on the relationship between industries, and the agencies that regulate them. The conference also featured a tour […]
We’re pleased to announce two new interns here at St.Germain Collins this summer: Nicholas “Nick” Barker, Environmental Intern Nick recently graduated from Bates College earning his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geology. He has experience as an Undergrad Researcher and also completed a year-long study investigating the nature and extent of a 3,000 year old […]
Mark St.Germain and Anthony Ortiz are attending the Northern New England Energy Conference hosted by the Maine Energy Marketers Association and the Energy Marketers Association of New Hampshire. This 2nd annual conference in New Hampshire June 24-26, 2018 features quality education sessions pertinent to the fuel industry.