In 1986, Antea Group opened our doors with the belief that doing the right thing environmentally and socially brings long-term business value and a competitive edge—both for our organization and our clients. Now more than three decades later, this belief is central to our mission and defines every aspect of our organization—even our name.
January 4, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Antea Group announced that Mark Murphy has joined the firm as Vice President and Co-Leader of its Railroad Segment. With over 35 years of experience, Mark specializes in emergency response and incident management for environmental spill events and natural disasters.
During this season, we like to take time to reflect upon the things we are thankful for, and that includes you. Our goal is always to provide trustworthy, useful information to help you excel in your role and do more with less, and we wish you peace, health, and prosperity in the New Year.
As we close out 2017, we take a look back at our most popular posts of the year--click through to the blog to read them all!
Changes to Physical and Health Hazard Classifications
The holidays are upon us which means Tier II Reporting Season is not far behind. If you need to submit a Tier II report, there is a reason you should not wait till February of 2018. Changes in the reporting requirements have been made by the EPA.
Antea Group describes the changes and has tips to ease the Tier II reporting process. Check them out and see if we can help you in any way.
Water is the foundation of all food and beverage businesses. But water access, availability, and quality are diminishing.
Antea Group advocates that food and beverage companies move from water stewardship to water security to strengthen their business. Read five tips you can use to take your water strategy to the next level.
Trust is what drives participation, action, and success for an organization’s environment, health and safety (EHS) programs. According to the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer Survey, the general state of trust across the globe is imploding, but in the world of business, there is still an element of trust left.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) recently adopted Regulation 11 - Rule 18, a new program aimed at reducing health risks from toxic emissions from facilities in the District, hundreds of which will be affected by the rule.