Federal and State Hazardous Substances Spill Reporting Requirements in Maine – WEBINAR

Spill reporting requirements can be complicated depending on what is spilled, how much is spilled, and where it is spilled. This webinar will provide an overview of requirements for hazardous substances (including hazardous matter) and extremely hazardous substances spills in Maine – not including petroleum. We’ll discuss what triggers a reporting requirement, and also how […]

Two More Scientists Join Your St.Germain Collins Team

St.Germain Collins is pleased to announce the two newest additions to your team: Kris Plante and Ty Hughes. Kris Plante is an Environmental Scientist helping clients investigate and remediate environmental contamination at a variety of commercial and industrial sites. Kris will perform Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments; underground storage tank closure assessments; and […]

Recent Staff Accomplishments

We are pleased to announce the following promotions: Patrick Coughlin has expanded his role at the firm and is now Director of Sentry EHS where he will oversee all activities in the continuing development of this cloud-based compliance database solution. Donald McFadden, C.G. was promoted to Director of Environmental Services. He will be overseeing the […]

SENTRY EHS Version 2.0 Is Here!

St.Germain Collins is pleased to announce the successful launch of Sentry EHS Version 2.0. This is a milestone for businesses in Maine and throughout the US who rely on our cloud-based compliance software – and the scientists, engineers and regulatory experts behind it – to safeguard workers, protect the environment and avoid potential fines.  The improved version […]

Heat-Related Illnesses (Prevention and Treatment)

Hot days can be a welcome relief, especially after the winter many of us experienced. Being safe is a top priority though.  Injury Facts 2015 reported that in 2011, 587 people died in the U.S. from exposure to excessive heat. This could have been prevented.  Excessive heat and humidity can lead to heat related illnesses:  […]