Landau Associates News

Essentials of Hazardous Materials Management Course

Landau Associates Senior Associate Piper Roelen, PE, CHMM, president of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (PNC AHMP) will be an instructor at the Essentials of Hazardous Materials Management course December 6-8 at the University of Washington. The course is presented by the University of Washington Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety, in cooperation with the PNWC AHMP.

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Landfill Post-Closure Care: Turning Off a Groundwater Extraction System

Landau Associates Principal Eric Weber, LHG will discuss Post-Closure Care: Turning Off a Groundwater Extraction and Treatment System at a Municipal Solid Waste Landfill and Superfund Site at the Solid Waste Association of America (SWANA) Evergreen Chapter's Solid Waste Industry Landfills 2016 Technical Session in Yakima. SWANA hosts Technical Sessions throughout the year to promote effective and environmentally responsive solid waste and recycling practices.

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Changes are Coming to Washington State Solid Waste Handling Regulations in 2017

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Former CEO Steven Johnston Newest Port of Edmonds Commissioner

Congratulations to Steven Johnston, retired Landau Associates CEO and long-time Edmonds resident, on his appointment to the Port of Edmonds Port Commission. Steven was sworn in at a special meeting Wednesday, May 25, by Port of Edmonds attorney Brad Cattle. Steven retired from Landau Associates in 2013.

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Zest Fest at Food Lifeline, Shoreline

IMG 0131 adjOn Saturday, March 5, Landau Associates volunteers spent their morning sorting through and performing quality control (we call this QA/QC) for thousands of pounds of fresh oranges at Food Lifeline in Shoreline, Washington. Together, with members of the community and friends at Puget Sound Energy, we repacked 20,890 pounds of oranges and canned goods that will provide over 17,408 meals to be distributed to food banks throughout Western Washington. With help from local businesses and the community, Food Lifeline is able to quickly sort, pack, and distribute food donations, supplying 30 percent of meals served by local food programs.

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YMCA Camp Terry: NAIOP 2015 Community Enhancement Project

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Third Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Raises $22K for Northwest Harvest

More than fifty northwest environmental firms, including consultants, attorneys, contractors, and vendors, joined forces to net $22,790 for Northwest Harvest at the third annual Take a Swing Against Hunger benefit golf tournament on July 24, 2015 in Mulkilteo, Washington.

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Two Landau Associates Teams in Memorial Day Weekend Sea to Ski Event

Landau Associates staff and families worked hard over the Memorial Day weekend running, pedaling, and paddling in Ski to Sea, Whatcom County's signature race from Mount Baker to Bellingham Bay. Landau Associates sponsored two teams of racers that included staff from our Edmonds, Tacoma, Olympia, and Seattle offices, including Eric Zick (with cousins Joe and Lisa), Jon Polka, Benjamin Lee, Sean Gertz, Seethu Babu (and husband Simon), Steven Shaw, Allan Barton, Craig Jordan, Devan Brandt, Jeremy Davis, Jessica Stone, Carolyn Carlstrom, and Nick Dosch. Teams competed in trail running (3.3 miles), road running (8 miles), road biking (42 miles), canoeing (18.5 miles), cross-country biking (14 miles), sea kayaking (5 miles), and mountain biking (8.5 miles). Well done, teams!

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Does Your Facility Discharge Stormwater to a Puget Sound Sediment Cleanup Site?

Puget Sound Sediment Cleanup Sites include Bellingham Bay, Budd Inlet (Inner), Commencement Bay (Inner), Commencement Bay (Outer), Dalco Passage and East Passage, Duwamish Waterway, Eagle Harbor, Elliott Bay, Everett/Port Gardener, Hood Canal (North), Liberty Bay, Port Angeles Harbor, Rosario Strait, Sinclair Inlet, and Thea Foss Waterway.

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Brandon Duncan to Assist Engineers Without Borders Project

IMG 0836 adjEnvironmental engineer Brandon Duncan will travel to South Africa the end of October 2014 with Engineers Without Borders USA  to start work on a clean drinking water supply project in the village of Bergnek, a rural community of 3,500 people. EWB-USA is a nonprofit humanitarian organization established to support community-driven development programs worldwide through partnerships that design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences that enrich global perspectives and create responsible leaders.

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