GT's President Mentors Young Professionals

11/7/2018

Our president Michael Greenberg discusses his experience with mentoring young professionals in the materials management field. Read More

GT Presenting at the July MEC Conference

GT Presenting at the July MEC Conference

7/18/2018

On July 26 at 10:30 am, GT Environmental’s Katie Milk will be leading Workshop I, titled “Advanced Air & NPDES Permits … Best Practices & Succeeding in the Process to Obtain the Best Possible Permit.” Read More

Northeast Ohio Taking Advantage of ODSA Abandoned Gas Station Funds

7/10/2018

In June, the City of Geneva, Ohio won another $100,000 Ohio Development Service Agency (ODSA) Abandoned Gas Station (AGS) grant for a former gas station located in the heart of their City. Read More

US EPA’s e-Manifest Program to Launch June 30, 2018

6/28/2018

On June 30, 2018, US EPA will launch its national electronic system for tracking hazardous waste shipments from cradle-to-grave, known as “e-Manifest.” The web-based application is modeled after the existing paper Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest system and is intended to eventually phase out the paper-based process. Read More

Welcome Veena Raman to Our Team!

6/20/2018

We are pleased to announce the newest member of our Air Business Unit! Read More

City of Geneva Combining Art and Brownfield Redevelopment

City of Geneva Combining Art and Brownfield Redevelopment

3/14/2018

What do you do with an eyesore situated in the heart of your small community: an old, abandoned gas station? Read More

Ohio EPA Adopts New Universal Waste Rules

2/14/2018

Ohio EPA has adopted new Ohio-specific Universal Waste Rules, adding three new types of universal waste to the existing rules. The new rules allow hazardous non-empty aerosol containers, hazardous paint and paint-related wastes, and hazardous antifreeze to be classified and managed as universal waste under OAC Chapter 3745-273. The new rules became effective on December 21, 2017. Read More

US EPA Withdraws "Once In, Always In" Policy

2/5/2018

In a guidance memorandum dated January 25, 2018, US EPA withdrew its “once in, always in” policy for the classification of “major sources” of hazardous air pollutants (HAP) under section 112 of the Clean Air Act. Read More