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By Isaac Smith, District Manager On Tuesday April 5, 2022, the EPA proposed a rule to ban chrysotile asbestos from certain commercial and consumer products. The proposed regulations stem from the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Risk Evaluation for Asbestos, Part 1: Chrysotile Asbestos.  TSCA requires that...

Too often, industrial leaders think of environmental permitting as something to deal with once the machines are turned on and business starts. But long before ground is even broken on the site of your new facility, there are steps you should be taking to position...

Valerie Laroche joins PPM Consultants as project manager in the Orlando, Florida office. Valerie brings fifteen years of experience in waste contamination assessments, remediation, permitting, and compliance noticing. Ms. Laroche holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Biology from University of Florida, and her experience includes...

Krister Corley joined PPM Consultants as a Senior Environmental Scientist in the firm’s newest Tupelo, Mississippi location. Corley has more than twenty-four years of experience managing various construction and environmental projects that he brings to PPM. Corley holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from...

By Isaac Smith, Senior Compliance Manager, PPM Consultants There is little doubt that the price you’re currently paying for your automobile fuel, electric power, or heating bills isn’t on the rise (especially for those in the Northeastern US and the United Kingdom). It’s also hard to...

Annie McIlwain, P.E., District Manager - Mississippi In his first week in office, President Biden signed an Executive Order entitled “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad” that responds to climate change with an emphasis on environmental justice. Within this executive order was a promise...