Spring 2014 Newsletter

After a long brutal winter, spring has finally arrived in New York and with it comes the promise of being outdoors – and new work!

We have used our winter time wisely, and have been modifying and updating our LIMS system to accommodate Category B, CLP type packages – not an easy task, by any means.  To offer the best services and capabilities to our clients, we felt the upgrade was necessary to support their environmental projects with data validator-friendly reports, easily created to provide all analytical data reporting requisites, including raw data and CLP reporting forms.

We also wanted to share some environmental news and interesting developments for  the local Long Island Waters in the Great South Bay – Suffolk County, the Nature Conservancy, and local environmental consultants are working on bringing public awareness of the plight of our local waters to the forefront of environmental policy.  Our local waters are a great source of leisure and income during the summer months   – find out what they are doing about it, and check the links to the left to see what you can do to help minimize our environmental impact.

Our Top Ten list this newsletter focuses on Ecology, and there are some points to ponder regarding our energy consumption and growing need for re-usable consumables.  Check the list and let us know what you think!

Spring is…to begin!

Spring 2014 Newsletter

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