News & Events

On the Road to A Sustainable Infrastructure: Part 2 – Integrating Sustainability in Planning, Design, and Construction

In this NEWEA three-part sustainability series, Wayne Bates and his co-authors provide methods and techniques for integrating sustainable responsibilities and principles during planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects.

Earth Day 2020 Experiment: Make Your Own Water Filter

We’re partnering with EcoTarium to highlight the importance of clean water for Earth Day. Check out Engineer Aly Packhem’s water filtration experiment that you can do at home!

Environmental Scientist Colleen Brothers Grows Her Career at Tighe & Bond

Colleen was looking for a career that would encapsulate her aptitude for math and science with her love of nature.

COVID-19: Implications for the Water and Wastewater Industry

As the details on the COVID-19 pandemic are still emerging, those in the water and wastewater industry have many questions.

Removal of Hazardous Material Planned at Former Strathmore Mill Complex in Montague

Tighe & Bond begins phase of hazardous material removal.

April Doroski Named A Certified Professional Soil Scientist

Environmental Scientist April Doroski has been named a CPSS by the SSSA Soils Certifying Board.

US EPA Issues Temporary Policy Changes to Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Program

US EPA has issued a temporary policy outlining relaxed enforcement and regulatory discretion in regard to environmental legal obligations applicable to a variety of facilities.

RI DEM Releases Statement Regarding Regulatory Compliance

The environmental protection programs at DEM are continuing to adjust to the changing conditions.

Helping Water Utilities Mitigate COVID-19 Challenges

Discussing ways to mitigate risk and navigate challenges.

MassDEP Extends Deadlines for Source Registration and Greenhouse Gas Reports

View the new dates for submissions.