Walden Welcomes Allison!

Allison Brundage is a Staff Engineer at Walden Environmental Engineering. Allison received her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Delaware. Her favorite course in college was global sustainable engineering. She was also active in Greek life and club sports. In addition to her campus participation, Allison… Read More

OSHA Proposes HazCom Standard Changes

HAZCOM

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is proposing through the notice of proposed rule making (NPRM) to modify the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align to the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System (GHS). The goal of the modification is to address issues that arose during the implementation of the 2012 update to the HCS,… Read More

Walden Offers Wetland Delineation Services

Despite the challenges and uncertainty that 2020 brought to many industries and businesses across the country, Walden’s staff members were hard at work developing their skills and furthering their knowledge.  Walden is committed to professional development, with the ultimate goal of broadening the services we provide to the firm’s clients. Two of Walden’s environmental scientists,… Read More

Walden works with Harkin Aerial to complete several MS4 studies to find illicit discharges using drones

Walden Environmental Engineering, in partnership with Harkin Aerial, has completed a recent project funded by the Nassau County Soil and Water Conservation District to improve the waterways of Nassau County through their 2020 grant and assistance programs. In January 2021, members of the project team, including Walden, Harkin Aerial, and the Cornell Cooperative Extension of… Read More