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Pittsfield, ME, 6/20/2018 – Kleinschmidt Associates, an engineering, regulatory, and environmental consulting firm, has announced that it has been added as an Authorized Federal Supplier with the General Services Administration (GSA) for providing professional Environmental and Geographic Information Systems services.
Recently, EPA’s Region 10 released a draft NPDES General Permit (GP) for discharges from hydroelectric facilities located in Idaho for public comment.
The draft NPDES GP includes the former requirements for reporting pollutants but also includes requirements related to compliance with 316(b), which means licensees will be required to explain what technologies they are currently using or plan to use at their facility to reduce impingement and entrainment of aquatic organisms in their cooling water.
Kleinschmidt Associates, an engineering, regulatory, and environmental consulting firm, is excited to announce our new Principal Consultant for Hydraulics and Hydrology, Chris Goodell and Principal Consultant and member of the Modeling and GIST Division, Steve Layman.
Kleinschmidt Associates, an engineering, regulatory, and environmental consulting firm, has announced that its Board of Directors unanimously chose Jon Christensen as their new CEO. Jon had been serving as the interim CEO since November 27, 2017.
By Stephen Hamway of the Bulletin: A $10.7 million project is coming to the Crooked River, designed to help the region’s salmon and steelhead populations traverse the river more effectively.
By T.J. Pignataro of The Buffalo News; Not long ago, bald eagles in Buffalo only appeared on postage stamps, and the blue heron was just a popular music festival...
Kleinschmidt Associates recently announced that it is reorganizing the leadership structure of its energy, water, and environmental business to enhance the client experience and be more effective in new markets.
PRWEB reports that the USSD and The Nature Conservancy will collaborate on joint interest to ensure dam safety.