Thumbnail (3)
OOOOb & OOOOc: Technical Insights + LeakTracker Pro® Solutions
Oil and gas operators are exploring how updates to the EPA’s methane regulations will affect operations, including understanding how OOOOb and OOOOc will impact their fugitive emission programs.
Aerial view of a wetland with water and trees
WOTUS Update: EPA Removes Federal Protections for Many Wetlands
We discuss the latest WOTUS definition and provide background information on the historical struggle to define WOTUS.
    • Regulatory Compliance
    • CWA
    • Navigable Waters Protection Rule
    • Wetlands
    • Streams
    • EPA
  • A big picture view of Fort Collins with mountains in the background
    Trihydro's Fort Collins Team Outgrows Office Space
    Trihydro has relocated its Fort Collins team to a larger office to accommodate continued growth.
    connected vehicles on roadway
    Trihydro Answers USDOT's Call to Action
    Trihydro has joined USDOT's National Roadway Safety Strategy, reinforcing its commitment to reducing serious injuries and fatalities on our nation's roadways.
    Trihydro truck in a field
    ENR Names Trihydro a Top 200 Environmental Firm for the 18th Year in a Row
    Engineering News-Record (ENR) ranks Trihydro #112 on its Top 200 Environmental Firms list for 2023.
    Connected vehicles communicating to one another on a roadway
    Transportation Technology: Navigating Funding Opportunities
    We review four grant funding opportunities that can help fuel transportation technology projects.
    aerial view of neighborhood houses destroyed by wildfire
    Strengthening Community Wildfire Protection Plans
    We explore Community Wildfire Protection Plans and offer insights into how communities can expand wildfire preparedness efforts to improve wildfire resilience.
    A group shakes hands and smiles at the camera
    Trihydro Strengthens Civil Engineering Services Through Ridgepoint Consulting Acquisition
    On May 30, 2023, Trihydro signed initial transaction documents to acquire Ridgepoint Consulting, a Sheridan, Wyoming-based civil engineering firm, to be effective as of July 9, 2023.
    Thumbnail (1)
    Updates on PFAS in the Environment
    More than 10 subject matter expert speakers discussed the latest updates on PFAS in the environment.
    Aerial shot of reservoir showing drought impacts
    Building Environmental Resilience Through Drought Planning
    We discuss drought planning and explore how the nexus of strategy, technology, and water administration frameworks are helping build drought resilience.
    aerial view of a landfill
    Waste Not, Want Not: Boost Your Bottom Line with Annual Landfill Reviews
    We delve into why landfill capacity audits are an important tool in optimizing efficiency and maximizing revenue.
    Thumbnail (2)
    Overcome Connected Vehicle Deployment Challenges to Enhance Road Safety
    Learn how DOTs can use existing infrastructure and tools to develop a scalable CV messaging system that evolves with CV deployment challenges.
    Aerial shot of Austin, Texas
    Trihydro's Austin Team Moves to New Office
    Trihydro has moved its Austin, TX office to a new address to enhance the team’s ability to host onsite meetings and accommodate growth.
    vehicle stuck in a snowbank with a rescue vehicle helping
    WYDOT Uses CV Technology to Put the Brakes on Dangerous GPS Detours
    Learn how WYDOT is resolving problematic GPS re-routes with CV technology to help keep drivers safe.
    Person performing vapor intrusion work
    California Releases Long-Awaited Vapor Intrusion Guidance
    California released its Final Draft Supplemental Guidance: Screening and Evaluating Vapor Intrusion. Learn more about key changes.
    • EPA
    • California
    • Vapor Intrusion
    • California Water Boards
    • Regulatory Compliance
    • DTSC
  • Reverse osmosis water treatment system
    Proposed PFAS MCLs/MCLGs Are Here: What to Know Now
    EPA released draft MCLs & MCLGs for six types of PFAS, including PFOA & PFOS. Learn more about the proposed limits.
    National Water Funding
    Water Infrastructure Projects Get $2.4 Billion in New Nationwide Funding
    More than $2.4 billion in new Clean Water State Revolving Fund funding is available to support water system improvements. Learn more about the funding and see 5 grant application tips.
    Firefighters use AFFF containing PFAS
    Firefighting Foam & PFAS: AFFF Replacement
    While AFFF products containing PFAS are reliable for firefighting, growing concerns over PFAS in the environment have forced a fresh look into the risk-reward calculation related to AFFF use. Learn more about AFFF and potential alternatives such as fluorine-free foams.
    • fluorine-free foams
    • AFFF
    • firefighting foams
    • PFAS
  • Municipal water tower atop green grass
    PFAS in Drinking Water: $2B in Project Funding On-Tap
    EPA has released $2 billion in funding for U.S. states, territories, and tribes to address emerging contaminants—with an emphasis on PFAS—in public water systems.
    An abandoned industrial warehouse floor
    Details on Using the New ASTM Standard
    EPA has taken final action to amend the All Appropriate Inquiries Rule, 40 CFR part 312, to recognize the updated ASTM International standard for conducting Phase I environmental site assessments, ASTM E1527-21, “Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process.”
    University of Wyoming "Trihydro’s dedication to the communities in which they have offices is second to none. We look forward to our continued relationship with Trihydro and the opportunity to present students with quality job opportunities from a top notch company."

    Conrad Chavez, Manager, Multicultural Affairs

    When choosing an environmental and engineering partner, you expect proven expertise, consistent quality and a high overall value. Nothing less will do. You can count on these qualities from Trihydro. We welcome you to contact us or visit one of our locations.

    Headquarters 307-745-7474  |  Locations