KERAMIDA’s Indianapolis office is celebrating the completion of a large-scale environmental due diligence reporting project for a nationally known industry group.Read More
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During the month of February 2018, KERAMIDA had the opportunity to perform a large radiation and noise measurement project for one of the largest midstream oil and gas companies in North America. The industrial hygiene testing was conducted at 40 facilities, encompassing nearly all of the client's Northeast region. KERAMIDA's James Brown performed 95% of this work and the task was finished inside of two weeks - when the client was anticipating a duration of at least three weeks.Read More
The devastating impacts of Hurricanes Maria and Irma have wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico's communities, businesses, infrastructure, real estate and power grid. KERAMIDA's Land Division Vice President, Steve Cobb and Project Coordinator, John Young visited Puerto Rico to assess damage to several Simon Mall properties in and around San Juan. KERAMIDA is working with Simon to get common areas in the mall open as quickly as possible as there are currently limited retail spaces open for residents to get food and clothing.Read More
K-Port, the KERAMIDA Client Portal, is a proprietary web-application, custom-built to meet the needs of our clients. K-Port is now available to all KERAMIDA clients, enabling secure and efficient task management and file sharing.Read More
Join KERAMIDA in Indianapolis the week of February 20, 2017 for lively, expert-led courses in the most prominent disclosure approaches:
- One-day course in the sector-specific, investor-facing Sustainability Accounting Standards Board’s (SASB) Standards.
- Two-day GRI-Certified 16-hour GRI G4 course.
- One-day course on CDP’s climate disclosure guidelines.
Two of the most respected names in the foundry industry, KERAMIDA and FS&D, have partnered to provide the full range of services to assist our clients in compliance to the new OSHA Silica Regulations, as well as other Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Regulations.Read More
Beginning in 2017, KERAMIDA will offer training for various sustainability reporting frameworks such as Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board’s (SASB’s) Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting.Read More
KERAMIDA is pleased to offer an online interactive training module for educating the workforce and promoting safety through near miss reporting. If you would like to get safety off the ground at your facility by training in near miss reporting please contact us, we are standing by to assist you in your ongoing health and safety efforts.Read More
KERAMIDA Vice President, Mark Flick, has donated 18 hours of his time to be a co-trainer for the National Traffic Incident Management Training in Morgan County on March 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Traffic incidents pose significant safety risks to both responders and travelers, especially on highways. These training sessions will help to minimize safety risks associated with traffic incidents by training multidisciplinary first responders and transportation personnel on best practices. Safety is KERAMIDA's number one priority, and we are thrilled that Mr. Flick has volunteered to share his knowledge.Read More
KERAMIDA is helping Purdue's School of Civil Engineering to develop a first-of-its-kind Senior Design Course for the Spring 2016 Semester, focusing on the TSL Superfund Site Reuse. The outcome of the course will be a winning Conceptual Design for TSL's Reuse, which will include all the reuse elements of the TSL Superfund Site Reuse Planning Study performed by KERAMIDA and approved by the USEPA and IDEM.Read More
KERAMIDA, representing the TERF Board, is working with the US EPA and IDEM to change a Superfund Site, the old Tippecanoe Landfill, from a locked up site to a beautiful park, and to delist it from the Superfund classification and delete it from the Superfund List. The TERF Board, KERAMIDA, and Stuart & Branigin, the Board's legal advisors, are leading the way nationally, in efforts to reuse and delist Superfund Sites that are old municipal landfills.Read More