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Cold Weather Water System Protection Options
Six practical and preventative steps water system operators can take to better protect water systems from the effects of cold weather.
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New ITRC 1,4-Dioxane Guidance
ITRC has released new 1,4-dioxane guidance materials to help increase awareness of the latest research and field-scale experiences.
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PFAS Potential at Oil and Gas Facilities: Sampling and Management Considerations
As agencies enact PFAS-related regulations, oil and gas companies will need to be aware of the types of requirements being developed, including those surrounding groundwater sampling.
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Trihydro Presenting at 2021 RuralWaterCon and Texas Water 2021
Trihydro is proud to present at two upcoming Texas water conferences.
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Planning for Lone or Isolated Work
Keep vigilant when you’re in an unknown area working by yourself. While an attack is unlikely, being prepared can help prevent injury to you and others.
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    EPA Takes New Steps to Regulate PFAS in Drinking Water
    The EPA has issued two new actions to better understand and regulate PFAS in drinking water.
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    EPA Offers Flexibility with Alternative Storage Tank Inspection Method
    Under an amended regulation, owners and operators of liquid storage tanks are allowed a more convenient inspection method to maintain compliance with Clean Air Act regulations.
    Evacuation Best Practices
    Evacuating employees from your facility in a safe and orderly fashion during a fire or other emergency requires coordination, planning, and practice. This article provides some best practices for planning and executing your company’s evacuation plan.
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    Wildfires Add Complexity to Understanding Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Impacts at Industrial Sites
    Wildfires release polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH), a toxic compound that many facility operators must investigate to distinguish from PAHs already present due to anthropogenic activities.
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    Trihydro Receives Three 2020 EBJ Business Achievement Awards
    Trihydro was recognized for its industry leadership, its environmental software (FieldVision), and its innovative response to COVID-19.
    Drawings and Diagram Safety
    Keeping vigilant for the simple yet impactful things such as a proper component drawing can be the difference between smooth project execution and potentially dangerous and reportable events.
    Triennial Minor Source Emissions Inventories Due in 90 Days
    Tips on how to prepare for and submit 2020 Triennial Minor Source Emissions Inventories.
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    UAS Projects Find New Applications with Advancing Technology
    With UAS technology rapidly advancing, we discuss some of the most recent advancements in UAS capabilities.
    Best Practices for Safer Slope Work
    Safety best practices for operating heavy machinery on an incline/slope.
    Colorado PFAS Policy 20-1: Reporting Requirements in Water Discharge Permits
    Colorado’s Water Quality Control Commission publishes Policy 20-1, providing standard values (translation levels) for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in state waters.
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    2021 NYE Safety Tips
    With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, Trihydro shares some NYE safety tips. Learn how to keep you and your loved ones safe during the night of festivities.
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    Trihydro Presents on Connected Vehicle Technology to the Wyoming State Legislature
    Shane Zumpf, Team Leader for IT Development Services at Trihydro, was invited to present to the Wyoming State Legislature regarding connected vehicle capabilities and innovations.
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    Are You Wearing Your Face Mask Properly?
    As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the U.S., we take a moment to refresh on proper mask use.
    EPA Finalizes Changes to “Once In, Always In” Rule
    EPA publishes a final rule to revise 40 CFR Part 63 of the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT), or National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), rules.
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    Proper Personal Protective Equipment for Chemicals
    Use chemical safety best practices to protect yourself from harm.
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    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.

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