March 2017
Sanborn Head & Team Receive 2017 Overall Engineering Excellence Award Sanborn Head along with other contributing consultants are the Overall Winners of the 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards for the Broad Street Parkway project in Nashua, New Hampshire.  The project was the largest municipally managed roadway project in the history of New Hampshire and benefits the community as it links downtown Nashua with the F.E. Everett Turnpike.  The award was presented to the City of Nashua’s team of primary design consultants, which included Sanborn Head, Hayner...
March 2017
Sanborn Head to Present and Sponsor International Environmental Conference David Shea, P.E. and Daniel Carr, P.E., P.G. of Sanborn Head will be making technical presentations at the 27th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air to be held March 20-23, 2017 in San Diego, California.  Mr. Shea and Mr. Carr will be presenting on recent advances in vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation. Sanborn Head is also a sponsor of the conference, which provides a forum to facilitate the exchange of information on technological advances, new...
March 2017
EM Magazine Publishes Role of Landfills Article Sanborn Head’s Edward Galvin and Eric Steinhauser wrote, “The Role of Landfills in the Hierarchy of Waste–The Foundation Holding Up the Pyramid.” This article appears in the March 2017 issue of EM Magazine, a copyrighted publication of the Air & Waste Management Association.Follow Sanborn Head on
March 2017
Best Landfill Gas Management Article Released Lisa Damiano and Stephen Zemba of Sanborn Head, collaborated to write an article entitled, "What’s the Best Way to Manage Landfill Gas? From an Environmental Perspective."  It appears in the March 2017 issue of EM Magazine, a copyrighted publication of the Air & Waste Management Association. Follow Sanborn Head on
February 2017
Sanborn Head Releases Article about Active GCCS System in BIOMASS Magazine Sanborn Head's Eric Steinhauser and Edward Galvin teamed with client Marc Morgan with the City of Lebanon and wrote an article about their active GCCS system for BIOMASS MAGAZINE.  It has been printed in the February 2017 issue:  http://www.biomassmagazine.com/articles/14136/smell-of-success-implementing-an-active-landfill-gas-system Please spread the word. Follow Sanborn Head on

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