Exercise Effective Oversight during Construction/Remodeling

Allison Stalker Healthcare Environments 1 Comment

This is the final post in our 4-part blog series for the healthcare industry. To view part one, click here, part two, click here, and part three, click here. Construction and remodeling projects at hospitals and other healthcare facilities open the doors to a wide variety of challenges in maintaining indoor air quality, especially if the project is adjacent to occupied areas. …

EES Recent News – July 2009

Tom Petersen Air Quality, Emissions, Our Services Leave a Comment

Our clients have benefited from our ability to find cost-effective solutions to complex environmental problems. As a boutique firm with decades of experience, we can provide unparalleled services coupled with exemplary client needs focus. Some recent examples of this include: We provided stack testing and construction permit assistance to a healthcare facility to allow them to upgrade two steam boilers. …

EES Recent News – October 2008

Tom Petersen Air Quality, Emissions, Environmental Regulations, Our Services Leave a Comment

Our clients have benefited from our ability to find cost-effective solutions to complex environmental problems. As a boutique firm with decades of experience, we can provide unparalleled services coupled with exemplary client needs focus. Some recent examples of this include: Assisted a specialty chemical manufacturer during the entire life-cycle of a ventilation system to control cadmium dust. EES designed, installed …

New Hexavalent Chromium Standards

Tom Petersen Emissions, Environmental Regulations Leave a Comment

In our September 2007 post, we addressed OSHA’s revisions to the regulations of hexavalent chromium. On January 24th, OSHA issued a new compliance directive for occupational exposure to hexavalent chromium. Below is the release from OSHA with the current enforcement procedure directives for these new standards. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) …