Shale is the most abundant sedimentary rock type on Earth, comprising almost three-fourths of the entire sedimentary rock mass on the planet.
ATL is starting the fall season off with our new PDH seminar schedule. The seminars are intended to provide participants with an understanding of technical topics that will assist with their project needs.
Hazardous material surveys and abatement at schools are typically scheduled during the summer months when students are away and facilities are more accessible for consultants and contractors. ATL is finishing another busy summer season with completing nearly 50 K-12 school projects and work at over a dozen colleges/universities.
A Community Air Monitoring Plan (CAMP) reduces the potential for airborne contaminant releases from a project site and provides a measure of protection for communities downwind of contaminated sites. This is accomplished by establishing action levels in response to real-time monitoring for volatile organic compounds (VOC) and particulates (i.e., dust).
Earlier this year, in an effort to better serve our clients and improve productivity, ATL selected and implemented a new field and laboratory data collection system, Agile Frameworks’ MetaField®.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) solid waste management regulations specify provisions in 6 NYCRR Part 360.13 that apply to direct use of fill material under a pre-determined beneficial use. These provisions apply to on-site and off-site management of fill with limited exceptions.