April 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ Marco brings over 15 years of experience in corporate sustainability, supply chain management and strategic partnership development. A bilingual environmental and social sustainability expert, he balances technical expertise with diverse stakeholder engagement experience to help clients deliver on corporate goals, science-based targets, and building truly resilient supply networks.
For enterprise organizations with a portfolio of retail petroleum outlets, it is not easy to keep track of state-specific training requirements for their underground storage tank operators. In 2010, Antea Group developed UST operator training courses to help these organizations, as well as indivudual operators, fulfill their training requirements.
Read about the benefits of Antea Group's online courses here.
Antea Group’s blog features it’s marketing wizard, Margaret Uttke, who works from the Minnesota office. Margaret talks about her interesting position as Communications Director for the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER), she offers valuable advice for anyone in marketing, and recounts funny camping adventures.
Antea Group analyzed 141 regulations and compared them to clients’ existing emergency response planning measures at low-risk facilities such as offices, warehouses, and data centers. These facilities were rarely given the emergency response planning and consideration that is given to complicated manufacturing sites.
Read our blog to find out how you can give your low-risk environments the emergency response planning attention they need.
Across the country, up to 8,000 municipalities are considering passing stormwater fee ordinances. In some states, several already have ordinances in place and have been sending bills for years. Since the railroads are often one of the largest landowners, they often end up with the largest bills.
Why and how is this happening, and what can the railroads do to protect themselves? The answers are in Antea Group’s new blog.
RCRA hazardous waste generator improvement rule changes have gone into effect, but not everyone has figured out how to navigate the resulting (highly complex) implementation period. For organizations operating in multiple states, the struggle is particularly difficult.
How can EHS managers ensure their organization stays compliant, and plan to mitigate their risk? Read Antea Group’s blog for a clear explanation.
In an ideal world, a merger or acquisition would be preceded by exhaustive environmental due diligence, after which all environment, health, safety, and sustainability (EHS&S) gaps would be addressed, all disparate practices merged, and everyone would live happily ever after. In the real world, it’s never that easy.
Antea Group is a founding member of the Inogen Environmental Alliance—a global network of EHS&S consultancies that work together to provide environmental, health and safety solutions to multinational clients around the world.
Based upon decades of supporting risk assessments for clients, Antea Group has discovered two fundamental insights— 1) risk assessment can mean very different things to different people; and 2)— read Antea Group’s blog to discover this, find out how to quantify your risk, and translate that into dollars and cents!