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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.

Recent Posts

  • 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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    Top in MA Brownfields Tax Credits for Fifth Consecutive Year

    Top in MA Brownfields Tax Credits for Fifth Consecutive Year

    16th January 2017

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

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    Brownfield Tax Credit Helps Create Girard Building

    Brownfield Tax Credit Helps Create Girard Building

    03rd January 2017

    The Girard building, Boston’s newest high-end residential building located in the city’s South End at 600 Harrison Avenue, recently opened and is quickly filling up. The Girard offers a residential experience of the highest quality that brings a content-rich living experience to a premier location. Developed by New Atlantic Development, a premier developer with decades...

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  • Update on EPA’s Remediation General Permit

    Update on EPA’s Remediation General Permit

    13th December 2016

    Many of you know that the 2010 Remediation General Permit (RGP), issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1 (EPA) under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), expired in September 2015. As noted in the LSPA email blast sent on September 15, 2016, the Draft RGP was published in the Federal Register...

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    Cooperstown Participates in Outreach and Education Initiative

    12th December 2016

    Isaac Anderson, a Project Manager at Cooperstown, recently participated in the Licensed Site Professional Association’s (LSPA) outreach and education initiative aimed at informing local health officials about environmental cleanups and the MCP. Isaac, along with LSPA Board Member Cosmo Gallinaro, presented “Case Study of a Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup” at the Massachusetts Association of Health...

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    The Importance of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)

    The Importance of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)

    29th November 2016

    When it comes to environmental contamination of real estate, the legal principle of “you break it, you buy it” does not apply – in fact, the reality is much worse! Under the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) legislation (commonly known as Superfund), as well as state laws like Massachusetts’ C. 21E,...

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  • Cooperstown Environmental LLC Consulting Team Grows

    Cooperstown Environmental LLC Consulting Team Grows

    11th October 2016

    Cooperstown Environmental is pleased to announce that Lisa Scott has joined the company as Project Geologist. Lisa graduated from Dartmouth College with a Master of Science in Geology. She previously earned a Bachelor of Arts in Geology from Colgate University. Lisa, an Andover resident, previously worked as an environmental consultant in Vermont and Massachusetts conducting monitoring...

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  • Why Is Everyone Talking About Sub Slab Depressurization Systems (SSD Systems)?

    Why Is Everyone Talking About Sub Slab Depressurization Systems (SSD Systems)?

    25th September 2016

    Introduction – Why Sub Slab Depressurization is the “new big thing.” Environmental contamination of soil and groundwater is an unfortunate but common fact. Releases of oil and hazardous materials from spills, tank leaks, past industrial disposal practices, or accidents have resulted in conditions that potentially can affect the health of residents and workers. Whether you...

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  • Cooperstown Environmental Employee Wins Scholarship for Environmental Education

    Cooperstown Environmental Employee Wins Scholarship for Environmental Education

    22nd July 2016

    Cooperstown Environmental LLC, an environmental consulting firm based in Andover, Massachusetts, wishes to congratulate its employee, Eric Gulbicki, the 2016 recipient of the Licensed Site Professional Association (LSP) Scholarship. The purpose of the LSPA scholarships is to support continued education in the environmental field in Massachusetts and the New England Region. These scholarships are available...

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    Changes Coming to Telemetry Registration Process in the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP)

    Changes Coming to Telemetry Registration Process in the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP)

    15th March 2016

    Sub slab depressurization systems (SSD Systems or SSDSs) in Massachusetts require telemetry systems to communicate with system owners and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). This requirement is relatively new (2014) and MassDEP has been working cooperatively with the Licensed Site Professional Association (LSPA) to ensure that the regulations are effective, workable, and compliant....

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    Future of Solar Energy in Massachusetts is Cloudy

    Future of Solar Energy in Massachusetts is Cloudy

    23rd February 2016

    The solar photovoltaic energy market in Massachusetts is in disarray due to uncertainty in both the Solar Carve-Out II Program, better known as SREC II, and the net metering program. For both programs, the capacity limits set by the state have apparently been reached in part or in whole. Over the coming days, greater clarity...

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  • Uh-oh! Massachusetts Solar Carve-Out II Program (SREC II) is full!

    Uh-oh! Massachusetts Solar Carve-Out II Program (SREC II) is full!

    09th February 2016

    In a shocking and potentially disastrous announcement on Friday, February 5, 2016, Michael Judge, the Director, Renewable and Alternative Energy at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER), explained that the full capacity of the Massachusetts Solar Carve-Out II Program (better known as SREC II) may have been reached for projects larger than 25 kW...

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    Thinking of Preparing Your Own Brownfields Tax Credit Application?   Cautionary Tales for Do It Yourselfers (DIYers)

    Thinking of Preparing Your Own Brownfields Tax Credit Application?   Cautionary Tales for Do It Yourselfers (DIYers)

    26th January 2016

    ANDOVER, MA – Massachusetts has a robust package of liability protections and financial incentives for developers of properties, commonly known as “Brownfields,” which have been impacted by the presence or suspicion of environmental contamination. Due to the legacy of past uses, properties in areas across the state meet this definition. One of the best incentives that is...

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    Cooperstown Environmental Completes Solar Installations on Two Reading Cooperative Bank Branches

    Cooperstown Environmental Completes Solar Installations on Two Reading Cooperative Bank Branches

    19th January 2016

    Cooperstown Environmental LLC announced that it has completed rooftop solar photovoltaic installations on two Reading Cooperative Bank branches in North Reading and Wilmington, Massachusetts. With a placed in service date of November 2015, the systems are already producing clean, renewable energy – a projected 45,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year. Cooperstown’s client was Park Middlesex LLC,...

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  • Four Straight – Cooperstown Environmental Top Firm in Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credits in 2014

    Four Straight – Cooperstown Environmental Top Firm in Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credits in 2014

    28th December 2015

    For the fourth consecutive year, Cooperstown Environmental LLC is the top consulting firm in Massachusetts Brownfields Tax Credit awards, according to official statistics just released by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR). Once again, nearly two-thirds of the Brownfields tax credit recipients were clients of Cooperstown Environmental LLC, according to the state’s Tax Credit Transparency...

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    Cooperstown Presents LSPA Telemetry Survey Results to DEP Advisory Committee

    Cooperstown Presents LSPA Telemetry Survey Results to DEP Advisory Committee

    23rd December 2015

    As LSPs, we know that keeping track of policy changes is critical. Luckily for Cooperstown, our Project Manager Isaac Anderson co-chairs the Licensed Site Professional Association (LSPA) Technical Practice Committee (TPC), a committee dedicated to keeping up with the latest advancements in the practice. Currently the TPC is partnering with MassDEP to streamline the telemetry...

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    Cooperstown Environmental Adds Senior Staff

    Cooperstown Environmental Adds Senior Staff

    02nd December 2015

    Due to continued growth, Cooperstown Environmental LLC announced that it has added Licensed Site Professional (LSP) and Professional Geologist, Jim Young, to the Andover-based environmental consulting firm. With more than 25 years of professional experience, Mr. Young was in the original class of LSPs licensed upon creation of the program in 1993. LSPs are experienced...

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  • Judge Finds MassDOR Decision “Unlawful” in  Denying Brownfields Tax Credits to Colleges

    Judge Finds MassDOR Decision “Unlawful” in Denying Brownfields Tax Credits to Colleges

    16th November 2015

    A closely watched Massachusetts Superior Court case regarding Brownfields Tax Credit applications has been decided in favor of three Boston-area colleges, setting the stage for the schools to collect more than $16 million of the state tax credits. In 2012, Northeastern University, Boston University, and Wellesley College each independently applied to the Massachusetts Department of...

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    Building on the Building Boom in Boston

    Building on the Building Boom in Boston

    10th November 2015

    Maybe you’ve heard: Boston is in the midst of an unprecedented building boom. According to the Boston Globe, we are in the third “great age of development” of the city, and this one, focused on residential development, has no rival in terms of construction volume. Not surprising, then, that real-estate site Trulia recently ranked Boston as...

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    Cooperstown Environmental Adds Project Engineer

    Cooperstown Environmental Adds Project Engineer

    12th October 2015

    Cooperstown Environmental is pleased to announce that Eric Andrews has joined the company as a Project Engineer. Eric graduated in 2014 from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Previously, Eric worked on a variety of environmental remediation projects and has experience conducting different types of...

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