New Proposed Rule by DSNY

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is proposing a new amendment to rules to tighten up on trash and recycling being left on curbsides and sidewalks stating that “mountains” of bags have been attracting rats and impacting quality of life in the surrounding area. DSNY is proposing to require buildings with 150 dwelling… Read More

NYSDEC Part 360 Compliance starts TODAY!

Fill Material BUD

Hey Bud, do you know about B.U.D.s? Tracking Documents? Permits and Registrations? The time has come to comply with the NYSDEC Part 360 regulations. Starting today, May 3, 2018, the NYSDEC requires and expects that all Solid Waste Facilities (with some exceptions) will be in compliance with the new regulations. The exceptions include Part 361-5… Read More

Who Needs an NYC DEP Air Emissions Registration?

DEP Registration or Work Permit

NYCDEP Registration(s) for Air Emissions Sources How Does New York City Control Air Pollution? The New York City Air Pollution Control Code (APCC) (Chapter 1 of Title 24 of the NYC Administrative Code) regulates the emission into open air “of any harmful or objectionable substance” in order to “preserve, protect and improve the air resources… Read More

Concrete Pouring: Good Practices

Concrete Slump Test

Guide to Proper Concrete Installation Avoid Cold-Weather Pours With the onset of springtime and warmer weather comes a dramatic increase in outdoor construction work.  Concrete work is widespread in the construction world, whether concrete is used as a platform for equipment, a pedestrian walkway, road curbing, to encase a buried pipe, or any other purpose. … Read More