W&M Participates in Earth Month Events for TCCD

W&M was invited by Tarrant County College District (TCCD) to host a booth at each campus for their four Earth Month events throughout April to educate students about stormwater pollution prevention. Small municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s), such as those located at colleges or universities located in urbanized areas, must apply for a permit and develop/implement a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP). W&M has worked with TCCD’s Division of Environmental Management over the past 10 years to write their Stormwater Management Program. For TCCD’s Earth Day, Spring Fest, International Spring Fest, and Arbor Day events, W&M’s Lori Siegelman, Ava Lindstrom, and Lydia Gross educated students on the causes and effects of stormwater pollution. They notified students on how to alert the TCCD Division of Environmental Management if students see potential stormwater pollutants on campus and provided insight on preventing stormwater pollution in their own residential neighborhood. The W&M booth was
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It’s Like Groundhog Day All Over Again!

 In honor of Groundhog Day this February, I’m going to describe a “normal” trip that I take on a semi-regular basis.  I received a call from a relatively small manufacturer that was having some environmental issues and received W&M’s name from a contractor that they use.  They asked if I’d come out to take a look.  I happily obliged. Most facilities I visit have many similarities and this facility wasn’t an exception.  On the grounds are a couple of big steel buildings, substantial amounts of concrete in the front, and the rear of the property is largely bare ground.  The steel buildings usually have a crane or two; there is equipment manufactured for oil and gas, shipyards, off-shore platforms, or pipeline facilities.  Some facilities make items for all of these types of industries while some only make items for a single industry. On a typical visit, the same thing happens:
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Regulatory Applicability Screen for AC Contractor

There are seemingly countless regulatory requirements to comply with; these requirements change over time and can often be overwhelming for a Client to tackle. That is where W&M Environmental steps in. W&M experts can provide a RAS, an integral service that provides clients with a report of potential regulatory concerns or gaps and corrective measures to mitigate these concerns.