The new year often results in a refreshing sense of hope and optimism which seems to motivate people to replace bad habits with good ones. Many resolve to do more exercise, eat healthier, and get a better night’s sleep. But what resolutions might you make if you want to improve the health of the planet? You might resolve to make your household more sustainable by creating less waste and using less energy. You might resolve to make your community more sustainable by driving less and eating locally grown food. You might even resolve to make your workplace more sustainable by implementing green-procurement policies or assist with a reporting effort. KERAMIDA’s sustainability reporting training will help you start 2018 with the skills you need to turn these resolutions into real impact.Read More
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The term Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination (ERD) is a remediation approach being applied to groundwater at chlorinated volatile organic compound (cVOCs) impacted sites. These sites are commonly former dry cleaner or manufacturing operations which operated from the late 1960 to early 2000s utilizing perchloroethylene (PCE), or perc, or trichloroethylene (TCE), a degreaser product.Read More
There are countless sustainability reporting frameworks available to help organizations standardize and improve their sustainability reports.
For a brief comparison of four of the most common reporting frameworks in the U.S see our Comparison Chart: Sustainability Reporting Framework ComparisonRead More
Process Safety Management (PSM) is a systematic, investigative tool, used to prevent the release of any material defined as a "highly hazardous chemical" by OSHA.
PSM is a part of the wide variety of compliance services offered by KERAMIDA, Inc. within our Security, Health and Safety Division. Our experienced PSM team is able to assist our clients with the task of evaluating details and compliance factors of processes which are covered under the OSHA PSM standard found in 29 CFR 1910.119.