Sandra Perry, St.Germain Collins’ Director of Environmental Health and Safety presented “Understanding Your MEPDES Permit” at the 2018 Maine Water Environment Association (MEWEA) “One Water” Fall Convention. The convention, held every September, is a time for water professionals in Maine to get together to learn and connect with each other. This year’s technical sessions cover topics that reflect the […]
Have you registered for the next Maine-Specific Hazardous & Universal Waste training yet? It’s jam packed with information and some fun too. Enroll here: https://stgermaincollins.corsizio.com You’ll learn practical ways to apply Maine Department of Environmental Protection and federal regulations to your facility operations. The focus will be on: requirements for labeling, inspecting, packaging and storage […]
The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is proposing changes to Chapter 101: Visible Emissions Regulation. Chapter 101 regulates opacity limits for fuel burning equipment, process, and fugitive emission sources. Currently, a certain number of opacity limit exceedances are allowed for these sources over a specified time average within a certain period of time. For […]
St.Germain Collins hosted an e-Manifest Brunch and Learn event at our office in Westbrook. It was a packed house of generators, transporters and receivers who heard first-hand from Kevin P. Jenssen, Environmental Specialist III at Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on the scope of the e-Manifest program, what industry needs to do, information resources, and an […]
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) creates the framework for the proper management of hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste. Mike Rioux, CHMM is well-versed in federal and several states’ hazardous waste regulations. He is also now equipped with training and information pertaining to the Massachusetts hazardous waste regulations.