OSHA Crystalline Silica Compliance Set For September

Crystalline silica is commonly found in many naturally occurring materials and used in many industrial products and construction sites. It is well known that inhaling crystalline silica particles causes multiple diseases that can lead to cancer and even death....

Temperatures in Northeast U.S. Heating Up at Record Pace

It’s no secret that climate change is heating up the globe, but a recent study conducted by researchers at the Northeast Climate Science Center (NECSC) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst warns it’s happening faster than many realize in certain parts of the...

New Yorkers Battling Carbon With Clean Energy

In January, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made an exciting commitment for the environment. He revealed the state’s plan to lower greenhouse gas emission an extra 30% below 2020 levels by 2030. This news follows a three-year streak of emissions reliably below cap levels....

Cornell Engineers Develop New Technique to Test for Micropollutants

Lakes, rivers, and other potable bodies of water might be in for a cleanup, thanks to a team of Cornell engineers. In early 2017, the duo revealed an innovative technique to test for a wide-variety of micropollutants. “Water quality monitoring is conventionally done...

Customer Service Technician – Chicago, IL

Job Title: Customer Service Technician Level I Summary: Performs equipment testing per test procedures, while maintaining accurate documentation. Develops strong customer relationships while maximizing sales potential. Proactively seeks to eliminate any customer...

Bay Area Methane Emissions Might Be Higher Than Expected

Methane emissions in the San Francisco Bay Area might be much higher than anticipated. In January 2017, results of a new study from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory were released, revealing nearly double the amount of the powerful,...