Cooperstown Environmental LLC Senior Project Manager Isaac Anderson, leader of the firm’s vapor intrusion practice, recently was awarded an unrestricted Construction Supervisor License (CSL) from the State of Massachusetts. This highly-regarded license is considered very difficult to obtain and demonstrates a high degree of proficiency across a range of construction topics. Mr. Anderson passed a test assessing his familiarity with building codes, technologies and practices. His expertise has been developed through a lifetime of “hands-on” experience with construction, carpentry, timber management, electrical, plumbing, and site work across a variety of industries. His firsthand experience and detailed understanding of building construction
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Cooperstown Environmental LLC congratulates its employee, Eric Gulbicki, Environmental Technician, on obtaining his Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certification recently from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This designation allows Mr. Gulbicki to conduct and supervise operations treatment plants designed and operated to improve water quality at remediation sites. Gulbicki earned the certification by passing a rigorous examination and will be obligated to complete ongoing continuing education classes and courses to maintain his certification. Mr. Gulbicki’s ongoing professional development benefits Cooperstown’s clients by adding to his repertoire of skills. Eric has been a valuable team member at Cooperstown Environmental since he originally joined
James T. Curtis, PE, LSP President, Cooperstown Environmental LLC Massachusetts has a well-established incentive program designed to provide financial relief to innocent parties (“Eligible Persons” is the term in the law) who incur significant costs to remediate contaminated properties. There is a significant amount of information available about the program available on-line, including the application forms, so it may be tempting to conclude that the process is obvious, or at least straightforward. The reality, however, is that there are many traps and dead-ends that can cause hopeful recipients to inadvertently miss out on recovering eligible costs or, in some unfortunate cases,
During the February 28, 2019 Mass DEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee Meeting, an update on the status of the amendments to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) was presented by Liz Callahan, Acting Division Director, Policy and Program Planning at Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup (BWSC), MassDEP, and Paul Locke, Assistant Commissioner at BWSC, MassDEP. After months of preparation on the MCP Public Hearing Draft, MassDEP is nearing completion of the internal review process; the MCP Public Hearing Draft was recently approved by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA) and is currently undergoing review by the Executive
Cooperstown Environmental LLC is pleased to share that it made charitable donations in 2018 to Groundwork Lawrence, Inc (GWL). Specifically Cooperstown sponsored Groundwork Lawrence’s entry in the 2018 Feaster Five Thanksgiving Day Road Race and its 2018 Glow Gala. (more…)