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Experienced engineer to provide technical leadership and expertise to local and nationwide clients Pittsburgh, PA – EnviroTrac Ltd. (EnviroTrac) is pleased to announce the addition of Richard (Rich) Garlitz, P.E., as a Senior Engineer. Rich brings more than 22 years of professional engineering and project management experience. He is a registered P.E. in nine (9) states (PA, NJ, NY, MA, GA, LA, NC, MN, VA and WY) and a Licensed Remediation Specialist (LRS) in West Virginia. In his... + read more
4/24/13 - EnviroTrac presents at the Twentieth Conference on “Geology of Long Island and Metropolitan New York” sponsored by the Long Island Association of Professional Geologists, a program of the Department of Geosciences at Stony Brook University. The presentation was held in the auditorium at Stony Brook University located in Suffolk County, NY. The conference was attended by many in the scientific community to include professors, teachers, professionals and students. Ted... + read more
Yaphank, New York – EnviroTrac Ltd. (EnviroTrac) is pleased to announce the addition of David Lee, PG as a Senior Project Manager in the newly created Albany, NY office. Mr. Lee has over 20 years of experience in the environmental compliance industry. Mr. Lee will help grow EnviroTrac’s environmental compliance services to new and existing clients throughout upstate New York and New England. He has extensive experience dealing with Emergency Response, Stormwater, and... + read more
Yaphank, New York – EnviroTrac recently completed environmental due diligence for four natural gas fired power plants on behalf of a large multi-national infrastructure fund. The plants were located in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Idaho, and Colorado. In addition to performing a detailed Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for each plant, EnviroTrac also completed a full environmental compliance audit for each power plant. These audits included the review of Title V/State Air permitting... + read more
Yaphank, New York – Hurricane Sandy has brought unprecedented devastation to the New York City Metropolitan area not seen since 9/11. There was loss of life and many people lost their homes and property. Along with the extensive flooding, significant environmental impacts were immediately realized in the wake of Sandy that included tens of thousands of petroleum spills. The day after Hurricane Sandy hit New York EnviroTrac responded to property owners in lower Manhattan to start the... + read more


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