Diversity — It’s In Our DNA

Diversity is such a buzzword nowadays, especially in the corporate world. But what does it really mean, and why is it important? According to Merriam-Webster, diversity is defined as: “the condition of having or being composed of differing elements.”   Think about that for a second: differing elements. Diversity is not just about having a

Employee Spotlight – Teresa Klingelhoffer

For over 10 years, EHS Support Senior Environmental Engineer Teresa Klingelhoffer has been playing an important role at the Anglesea Landfill site. Teresa’s love for the environment began in her youth, while growing up in Switzerland. It was there that she developed an appreciation for the landscape of the alps, forests, lakes and rivers. After

ESG Strategies for a Changing World

In case you haven’t noticed, the world is a different place it was five, ten, twenty years ago. Much, much different. Technology, climate change, pandemics, generational perspectives…these things and more have drastically changed the way we think, work, and live. In order for organizations to thrive financially and internally, not only must they acknowledge these

When It Comes to ESG, It Literally Pays to Do the Right Thing

In recent years, awareness, and adoption of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles has grown as companies and government entities alike are recognizing that strong financial performance goes hand in hand with sustainable environmental and social-management practices. A key consideration in any renewable energy project is land area and the purchase or lease costs associated

EHS Support Launches Research for Pump-and-Treat Optimization

It may sound like a roadside stop for gas and ice cream, but pump-and-treat is actually a common solution for cleaning up contaminated groundwater. In this method, groundwater is pumped from wells to above-ground treatment systems that remove contaminants such as industrial solvents, metals, and fuel oil. The problem is it’s a complicated and time-consuming