Landau Associates News

NEBC Managing Stormwater in Washington Conference

We're proud sponsors of Managing Stormwater in Washington, Wednesday, March 9 at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center.

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Visit us at the 2016 WWU Huxley College Environmental Career & Internship Fair

Visit Landau Associates at the 2016 Huxley College Environmental Career and Internship Fair, Thursday, February 11, 2016, 4:30 to 5:30 pm in the Viking Union Multli-Purpose Room, directly following the Western Washington University Winter Career Fair in Bellingham. We're proud to have seven WWU alumni on our staff!

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We're Hiring! Visit Us at the University of Washington CEE Career Fair

Landau Associates hiring managers look forward to meeting students and recent graduates at the University of Washington 10th Annual Civil & Environmental Engineering Career Fair Thursday, January 21, 2016, from 1:00-4:00 pm at the HUB Student Union Building South Ballroom at the UW Seattle Campus.

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Landau Associates is Switching to 100 Percent Recycled Office Papers

EDMONDS, WA December 7, 2015 – In early 2015, Landau Associates’ employee Sustainability Committee proposed that the company consider switching to entirely 100% post-consumer waste (PCW) recycled office papers. Recycled papers are widely considered to have a less negative impact on the environment than papers made from virgin fibers because the production process requires fewer trees and less water, energy, and toxic chemicals. The use of recycled papers also helps to keep paper out of landfills, reducing the creation of methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.

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Chip Halbert, PE to Speak at Greater Seattle & Pacific Northwest Data Center Summit

Landau Associates Principal and Environmental Permitting Director Chip Halbert, PE will speak at the Greater Seattle & Pacific Northwest Data Center Summit Tuesday, November 17 at the Harbor Club Seattle.

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Eric Weber to Speak on Nitrate Contamination at Fall APWA Conference

Landau Associates Principal Hydrogeologist and Tacoma office manager Eric Weber, LHG, CWRE will present an overview of Water Quality, Public Works and Nitrate Contamination at the American Public Works Association (APWA) Washington Fall 2015 Conference in Yakima Thursday, October 29, from 3:30 to 4:30. Nitrate contamination in groundwater is a complex legal topic and public health concern. Attendees will learn about the growing role of cities and counties in protecting drinking water quality, and simple best practices to help meet clean-water standards.

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Tim Logan of Landau Associates Elected SWANA Oregon Chapter VP

PORTLAND, OR October 8, 2015 – Tim Logan, Senior Scientist in Landau Associates’ Portland office Permitting and Compliance group, was elected Vice President of the Oregon Beaver Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). Tim has dedicated his career to the science of landfill gas management and to promoting the advancement of responsible and sustainable solid waste management practices. He has provided outreach, education, and training in landfill gas collection system optimization, control, and construction for domestic and international colleagues and clients.

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YMCA Camp Terry: NAIOP 2015 Community Enhancement Project

2015 10 NAIOP Community Enhancement

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From the DJC: Drought Heats Up Battle Over Water Rights

Much of the challenge of water rights stems from the way in which those privileges were developed in history.

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Weber and Beard on Proving Groundwater Contamination Claims Panel

Eric Weber, LHG, CWRE will join a panel addressing excess nutrients from agricultural operations in Eastern Washington at Law Seminars International's comprehensive two-day technical conference on Proving Groundwater Contamination Claims, September 14 and 15, 2015, at the Courtyard Marriott in Pioneer Square, Seattle. Eric is a Principal Hydrogeologist and leads Landau Associates' water resources and litigation support services practice, and manages the company's Tacoma office.

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