January 2018
Abell Approved as LSP  Russell Abell, P.G., C.G. of Sanborn Head was recently approved as a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) by the Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals (LSP Board).  Russ met the stringent standards set by the Board and was tested on his technical and regulatory knowledge of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP).  The MCP lays out the state’s rules for conducting cleanups of contaminated sites and to oversee the required assessment and cleanup work. ...
October 2017
Sanborn Head Presentations at October 2017 AEHS Conference at UMass-Amherst Sanborn Head will be making platform presentations at the 33rd Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water and Energy to be held at UMass-Amherst on October 16-19, 2017.  David Shea, P.E. will be speaking on vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation, and Harrison Roakes, EIT and Stephen Zemba, P.E., Ph.D. will be presenting on Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS).  The conference is organized by the Association for Environmental Health & Sciences Foundation (...
October 2017
Damiano and Zemba Present at SNESWANA Technical Session Sanborn Head is proud to have Lisa Damiano and Stephen Zemba presenting at the SNESWANA Fall Technical Session on October 16.  They will be discussing the history of landfill gas-to-energy (LFGTE) engines and continuing evolution of the technology.  Both greenhouse gas offsets and environmental concerns of the LFGTE engines will be explored and compared to other alternative energy solutions.Follow Sanborn Head on
October 2017
Pinto Accepted into CREW Boston’s Leadership Academy Tricia Pinto, Sanborn Head’s Development practice leader, has been accepted into CREW Boston’s Leadership Academy.  The Academy is a selective leadership development program designed to advance the skills and leadership potential of women in commercial real estate Congratulations Tricia!   Follow Sanborn Head on
September 2017
Team Sanborn Head Reaches the Beach Sanborn Head staff members participated in the Reebok Ragnar Reach the Beach Relay.  This 203-mile relay is one of the oldest and longest running relay races in the United States.  The relay started the morning of September 15 at Bretton Woods Ski area and the team crossed the finish line the following day at Hampton Beach.  Congratulations to Jim Flood, Andrew Ashton, Tricia Pinto (and Tricia’s sister), Seth Soos, Joe Corsello, Stephanie Monette, Quincy Pratt, Paula Pryor, Lilly...

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