On February 7, 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lowered the annual primary National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS or the standard) for fine particulate matter from 12.0 to 9.0 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3). Fine…Andrew Rogers
This Black History Month, MFA is honoring a few of the many pioneers in the Black community who have made significant contributions to the science, engineering, and environmental movements while advocating for representation of the Black…Pam Grater
Maul Foster & Alongi (MFA) is proud to announce the promotion of Josh Elliott, PE, to principal. For more than 16 years, Josh has provided environmental engineering consulting expertise including in-water and upland site remediation,…Kathy J. Lombardi, PE
MFA is proud to announce the promotion of Brian Eagle to principal. For 15 years, Brian has worked in the field of air quality consulting across the United States and internationally. He serves as lead coach for MFA’s air group, which…Merideth D'Andrea, RG, LG, PG
Results for "Regulatory Compliance"
Facility odor issues are very subjective and strangely regulated. For facility property developers looking to build a project, anticipated odors can be a stumbling block to regulatory approval. Additionally, odors can lead to a contentious…Chad Darby
PSM/RMP for the Uninitiated: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforce similar requirements for facilities that have more than the threshold quantity of listed highly…Bill Beadie, CIH