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UMass Soils Logo resized 600 Jon Kitchen spoke at the 27th Annual International Conference on Soil, Sediments, Water and Energy at UMass Amherst (the ‘’UMass Soils Conference’’) on the morning of Thursday, October 20, 2011.  The title of the presentation was Fate and Transport Characteristics of Home Heating Oil Releases Based Upon a Review of Empirical Data from Actual Releases.  The study involved a look back at 100 heating oil releases in Massachusetts that we have worked on in some capacity (LSP-of-record, insurance oversight, litigation support, or chemical oxidation subcontractor).  The goal of the presentation was to try to present what a “typical” heating oil spill looks like and talk about factors which make each spill different.  

 

Carolyn Dykema for state representativeCongratulations to Carolyn for winning the November 4, 2008 election for Middlesex County's 8th District, U.S. Sentate seat.

 

Seminar Success - was demonstrated on 9/12/08 by Mark S. Bartlett, President and Principal of Norfolk Ram Group, at Lorman Education Services in New Bedford, MA. Mark presented two topics at this seminar. The first was Low-Impact Development Storm Water Management Strategies and included, New Project Development as well as Retrofit of Existing Watershed Areas. The second portion of his presentation centered on, Developing Storm Water Bylaws and Regulations for local Communities. Click here to read more about Storm Water Management.

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James Downing3 Cheers and Congratulations to James Downing who was recently hailed by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as someone who has produced one of the most beautiful reports ever submitted. NRG is now known for being the best environmental engineering firm that now outdoes itself!

 

Charles YoungCharles Young, Associate at our Milford Office, has recently published an article featured in the July 18th Edition of the New England Real Estate Journal. The subject of his article is sub-slab depressurization systems as an effective and cost efficient way to address risks of radon gas. You can view Charles' article at the following website: http://nerej.com/24773

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