St.Germain has enjoyed working with Mölnlycke for 15 years, and witnessing their effectiveness at going above and beyond regulatory compliance while maintaining their cutting edge R&D and manufacturing here in Maine. We are equally proud to have nominated them for the Maine Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence and proud that they won for Sustainability. The Award […]
Sandra Perry, St.Germain’ 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 needs […]
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 […]
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.
Congratulations to Mike Rioux, Senior Regulatory Specialist and Technical Lead at St.Germain, who has successfully completed all the necessary requirements to become a Certified Hazardous Waste Coordinator in the State of New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) states that the goal of this program is to: “empower each Hazardous Waste Coordinator to […]