How’s Your CCR Sampling Team Doing?
Many of Environmental Standards’ energy clients operate coal combustion residuals (CCR) units as defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) CCR Rule and have had to implement groundwater monitoring and . . .
Steel-Making Slag Groundcover Use – Is Chromium of Concern?
Electric-arc furnace (EAF) slag is a rock-like material generated during the steel-making process and often used for groundcover, akin to granite rocks around our homes . . .
The Value of Audit Experience Compared to Compliance Experience
Maintaining compliance for on-site Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Managers is challenging enough, but having a consultant inspect your practices and . . .
Woof! “Worldwide Watchdog” Goes to Brazil
With our extensive experience performing audits all over the globe, some think of Environmental Standards as a “Worldwide Watchdog.” I recently travelled to Brazil to . . .
Dissolved Light Gas Validation Studies Presented to the SW-846 Organic Methods Workgroup
If you have followed measurement of dissolved methane and other light gases method evaluation via our newsletter and blogs, then you understand how much work . . .
Almost a Year Since Joining the Montrose Team
Since founding Environmental Standards 35 years ago, every day has had its trials, tribulations and challenges, but since that day in November 1987, I have absolutely loved doing what we do . . .
The Valley Forge Office is Growing!
The staff in the Valley Forge office would like to welcome our new Montrose colleagues from West Chester, Pennsylvania. In mid-November 2022, 30 Montrose staff relocated from their . . .
TriAD Acquisition Opens Doors for Collaboration
In August of this year Montrose Environmental Group, Inc. (MEG) announced the acquisition of . . .
As reported in the last issue of the The Standard, labor markets remain tight in the laboratory testing marketplace . . .