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Cooperstown Environmental LLC, founded in 2004, has experienced continued growth over the past 12 years leading to our need for additional staff. Our client base includes world-class organizations who expect technical expertise and superior service. We enjoy a fun, flexible, and supportive work environment dedicated to our employees’ professional growth. As a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), we are an equal opportunity employer.

Thank you for your interest in joining Cooperstown Environmental. We are always looking for talented and dedicated professionals to join our team. Please send resumes/expressions of interest to info@cooperstownenv.com. No telephone calls, please.

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  • February 28, 2019 MassDEP BWSC Advisory Committee Meeting Recap

    February 28, 2019 MassDEP BWSC Advisory Committee Meeting Recap

    11th March 2019

    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....

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    Sponsorship of Groundwork Lawrence, Inc.

    04th March 2019

    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.

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    Cooperstown Environmental’s 2018 Year in Review

    Cooperstown Environmental’s 2018 Year in Review

    12th February 2019

    What did 2018 hold for Cooperstown Environmental? Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker visited our offices, the Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit was extended in the year of its 20th Anniversary, Cooperstown is again the top firm issued Brownfield Tax Credits, we had a company growth spurt, and we take a spotlight look at vapor intrusion solutions. Governor Baker’s visit...

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  • Lauren M. Konetzny, LSP Joins Cooperstown Environmental

    Lauren M. Konetzny, LSP Joins Cooperstown Environmental

    16th January 2019

    Cooperstown Environmental LLC is pleased to announce that Lauren M. Konetzny, an experienced Licensed Site Professional (LSP) and chemical engineer, has joined our Andover-based environmental consulting firm. Ms. Konetzny has more than 15 years of professional experience in the environmental consulting field since graduating from Northeastern University with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. LSPs...

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    Tax Credit Transparency Report – Top Firm 7th Year Running

    Tax Credit Transparency Report – Top Firm 7th Year Running

    31st December 2018

    Andover, MA – For an incredible seventh consecutive year, Cooperstown Environmental LLC is the top consulting firm in Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit awards, according to official statistics released by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR). Yet again, most recipients of the state’s Brownfield tax credit were clients of Cooperstown, as reported in the state’s recently-released 2017 Tax...

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    Cooperstown Environmental LLC Adds to Consulting Team

    15th November 2018

    Andover, MA – Cooperstown Environmental is pleased to announce that Mark Westervelt joined the company as Environmental Consultant. Mark most recently was a Vice President at Fidelity Investments, where he was responsible for leading a global software development organization and held a Series 99 FINRA license. Mark is a graduate of Bentley University with degrees in Computer...

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  • Governor Charlie Baker Visits  Cooperstown Environmental

    Governor Charlie Baker Visits Cooperstown Environmental

    06th September 2018

    Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker along with several other state/federal office holders and candidates recently made a planned visit to the offices of Cooperstown Environmental LLC to gain feedback from employees of the firm on a range of environmental issues related to site contamination, two of the state’s primary financial reimbursement mechanisms, stormwater permitting, and other...

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    Inspiring Future Scientists & Environmental Professionals

    Inspiring Future Scientists & Environmental Professionals

    22nd August 2018

    Cooperstown Environmental was pleased to have attended, for the sixth year in a row, the Mathematics & Science for Minority Students (MS2) career fair held this summer at Phillips Academy. Since 1977, MS2 has been bringing students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to Andover to spend their summers not only studying math and science, but also...

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    Brownfields Tax Credit 20th Anniversary

    Brownfields Tax Credit 20th Anniversary

    15th August 2018

    The month of August 2018 marks twenty years since the Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit was created as part of the “Brownfields Act,” more formally a law (Chapter 206 of the Acts of 1998) with the unwieldy title of An Act Relative to Environmental Cleanup and Promoting the Redevelopment of Contaminated Property. Originally a little known,...

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  • Brownfield Tax Credit Extended to 2023

    Brownfield Tax Credit Extended to 2023

    15th June 2018

    Developers, not-for-profits, commercial property owners, and others conducting environmental remediation projects in Massachusetts can again rely on the state’s Brownfields tax credit. On May 31, 2018, the Housing Bond Bill (H.4536) was signed into law by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. Included in this bond bill was legislation, sponsored by Senator Michael Rodrigues, which extended the...

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    Courts Side with Colleges in Case Over Denied Brownfields Tax Credits

    04th May 2018

    A long-running, high-profile lawsuit originally filed in 2014 has finally ended with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) declining to overturn an Appeals Court decision in the colleges’ favor. By letting the prior decision stand, the three colleges – Boston University, Wellesley College, and Northeastern University – will receive millions of dollars of state Brownfields...

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  • Cooperstown Sharing Benefits of Corporate Tax Cuts with Employees

    Cooperstown Sharing Benefits of Corporate Tax Cuts with Employees

    07th February 2018

    Cooperstown Environmental LLC recently announced that it was joining the growing list of companies across the country that are taking steps to share the fruits of the recent tax reform passed by Congress with its employees. Specifically, as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), Cooperstown expects to benefit from the deduction allowed for pass-through entities. Cooperstown Managing Principal Susan...

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    Top Massachusetts Brownfield Tax Credit Firm – Yet Again!

    Top Massachusetts Brownfield Tax Credit Firm – Yet Again!

    31st January 2018

      For the sixth consecutive year, Cooperstown Environmental LLC is the top consulting firm in Massachusetts Brownfield Tax Credit awards, according to official statistics released by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR). Once again, most recipients of the state’s Brownfield tax credit were clients of Cooperstown, as reported in the state’s 2016 Tax Credit Transparency...

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    Looking… Towards a Cleaner 2018!

    Looking… Towards a Cleaner 2018!

    26th December 2017

    The Cooperstown Environmental team is thankful for our wonderful clients and for the interesting projects on which we have had the pleasure of working in 2017. We are looking forward to another fantastic year ahead. With 2018 right around the corner… have you made your New Year’s resolution yet? Cooperstown Environmental is once again committing to helping make New England’s environment cleaner!...

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  • LSPA Member of the Year Awarded to Isaac Anderson

    LSPA Member of the Year Awarded to Isaac Anderson

    06th November 2017

    The Licensed Site Professional Association (LSPA), a professional organization that represents environmental scientists, engineers, laboratories and LSPs in New England, awarded Isaac Anderson of Cooperstown Environmental with one of this year’s 2017 LSPA Member Awards. Isaac accepted this award, along with Jim Occhialini of Alpha Analytical, on October 27, 2017 at the LSPA’s Contribution to...

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    Another Way to View the August 2017 Solar Eclipse

    Another Way to View the August 2017 Solar Eclipse

    25th October 2017

    On Monday, August 21, 2017 millions of people across the United States donned special glasses and headed outside to watch the Moon pass in front of the Sun. If you didn’t make it outside yourself, you probably saw fantastic photos of the eclipse on the internet or television. Depending on your location in the US,...

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    Is your Spill Prevention Plan Up to Date?

    Is your Spill Prevention Plan Up to Date?

    25th September 2017

    August 2017 has come and gone, and with that the first Massachusetts deadline for removal or permanent closure of all single-walled steel underground storage tanks (USTs). If you have recently removed and/or replaced a tank on your property, your facility’s Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan may need to be updated! A SPCC Plan...

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  • Brownfield Tax Credit Incentivizes Cleanup in Milford

    29th August 2017

    Cooperstown was contracted to perform environmental remediation and LSP Services on a contaminated property in Milford, Massachusetts. Pre-purchase environmental due diligence activities had revealed a release of petroleum in groundwater and soil. The contamination was associated with the former use of the site by a straw hat factory, a leather dealer, a coal and oil...

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    Project Highlight – Andover Residence

    Project Highlight – Andover Residence

    15th August 2017

    Today we are highlighting a remediation project that occurred at a single family residential property. Previous owners had converted to natural gas heat from #2-fuel oil, which was stored in an underground storage tank (UST) that was likely installed in the 1950s when the house was built. Upon the passing of the previous property owners,...

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  • The Brownfield Tax Credit Helps THE WHALES!

    The Brownfield Tax Credit Helps THE WHALES!

    20th July 2017

    In 1863, Gloucester’s Tarr and Wonson Paint Manufactory revolutionized the maritime industry by producing the world’s first anti-fouling paint for boat bottoms. Boats that once had to be scraped every 6 weeks for barnacles and marine life could now last 12 months. But after more than 100 years, in 1980 the Manufactory shut its doors...

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    NPDES Remediation General Permit Course

    NPDES Remediation General Permit Course

    28th June 2017

    Isaac Anderson, a project manager at Cooperstown Environmental, recently presented case studies at a training course for Licensed Site Professionals (LSPs) entitled “Meeting the Requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Remediation General Permit”. This four-hour course was presented with the Remediation General Permit’s (RGP) Administrator, Shauna Little of U.S. EPA Region 1,...

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    Underground Storage Tank Removals and/or Replacements

    Underground Storage Tank Removals and/or Replacements

    16th May 2017

    Have you received a notification letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) warning you that you have underground storage tanks (USTs) that need to be removed? As of August 7, 2017, all underground single walled steel tanks in the state of Massachusetts must be removed, permanently closed-in-place, or placed out-of-service (then removed or...

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  • Dewatering Permits – The Highlights

    Dewatering Permits – The Highlights

    17th April 2017

    Anytime water (groundwater or municipal water) is discharged to surface water or to a drain system that discharges to surface water without first running through a public or privately owned treatment works, an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) permit is required. Surface water includes but is not limited to a river, lake, pond, or the ocean. A local permit...

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    Part 3: What LSPs need to know about Indoor Air AEPMMs

    Part 3: What LSPs need to know about Indoor Air AEPMMs

    03rd April 2017

    As LSPs, we have all been there: your client’s site has an indoor air issue and you need a sub-slab depressurization system (SSDS), maybe it will need remote telemetry, or maybe it will pass a risk assessment. You want to call your local radon contractor to install the SSDS, like you have in the past,...

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    Part 2: What do property owners need to know about indoor air AEPMMs?

    Part 2: What do property owners need to know about indoor air AEPMMs?

    20th March 2017

    There are multiple stages to installing an Active Exposure Pathway Mitigation Measure (AEPMM) to mitigate vapor intrusion conditions: engineering, installation, and maintenance. When looking to install an AEPMM to manage indoor air quality at your property, whether commercial or residential, we recommend choosing a company that has years of experience in all three areas of...

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  • EPA’s 2017 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Remediation General Permit (RGP)

    EPA’s 2017 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Remediation General Permit (RGP)

    13th March 2017

    The new National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Remediation General Permit (RGP), now called the General Permit for Remediation Activity Discharges (GP), is finally available, but what does this mean for you? If you are the owner or operator of an existing discharge, you can expect to hear from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) soon....

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    What is an Active Exposure Pathway Mitigation Measure (AEPMM)?

    06th March 2017

    As we discussed in a previous blog post, recent changes to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) have enabled sites with an active exposure pathway mitigation measure (AEPMM) to achieve a Permanent Solution with Conditions (PSC). They can also be used with Immediate Response Actions (IRAs), Release Abatement Measures (RAMs), Temporary Solutions, and in conjunction with...

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    Brownfield Tax Credit Helps Create The Washington Apartments

    Brownfield Tax Credit Helps Create The Washington Apartments

    28th February 2017

    The Washington Apartments, Melrose’s new boutique luxury apartments, offers spacious apartment living in an intimate setting. The Washington Apartments offers state of the art residential living amenities in just a short walk from the Orange Line T stop and a close commute to Downtown Boston. Developed by Wood Partners, a leading Atlanta based developer with...

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