Terranext a commissioned study on behalf of client, Mount Sinai Medical Center of New York, for the replacement of its six boilers. The study was completed at a cost of about $500,000. The estimated cost of the new boilers is about $35 million. The new boilers will be designed to meet new NOx RACT emission regulations that will become effective July 1, 2014, which require about a 50% reduction from current emission limits.
Terranext received a contract from Riverbay CO-OP for Title V air permit compliance services that will carry forward through 2011.
Terranext conducted an EPA mandated audit for a client concerning whether or not the boilers of several real estate property facilities were subject to Federal New Source Performance Standards for Small Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Boilers. The audit was reviewed and accepted by the Federal EPA Region 2.
Terranext has alerted several clients about the impact of new NOx RACT rule by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and pending new regulations for small boilers by the Federal EPA.
Terranext is providing ongoing management and technical environmental services as a subcontractor to BAH, a prime contractor under the current RCRA Enforcement, permitting and Assitance (REPA) 4 contract. In 2010, specific services included soil and groundwater sampling at sites throughout Iowa that had a documented or potential release of hazardous substances. Also under REPA 4 in 2010, Terranext performed lead sampling oversight in southwestern Missouri.
Spring 2008 – Terranext has been awarded a five-year blanket purchase agreement with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region. The Lower Colorado Region includes portions of Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, and New Mexico. The scope of services includes:
Winter 2006 thru Summer 2007 - Terranext has completed over 500 UST Compliance Audits for EPA Regions 2, 6, and 7 through Booz Allen Hamilton. Audits included a determination of compliance with EPA Release Detection, Corrosion Protection, and Spill/Overfill Protection requirements for proper operation of USTs. States included New York, Louisiana, and Missouri. Terranext provided 6 inspectors. Total hours exceeded 5000.
Summer 2006 - Terranext completes a soild waste investigation and cleanup for the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Fall 2005 thru Summer 2006 - Terranext is assisting EPA Region VI with major cleanup efforts in Cameron Parish with damage from Hurricane Rita and in the greater New Orleans area with damage from Hurricane Katrina. Terranext is providing onsite chemists, environmental scientists, hydrogeologists, GIS database developers, and container recovery oversight specialists in this major effort. Terranext has nearly 10,000 hours of project related service in this major cleanup and restoration effort.
Summer 2005 - Terranext has completed first geophysical surveys for water resource exploration projects in Iowa.
Terranext continues to expand our brownfield targeted assessment (BTAs) services for municipality, state and private entities and has successfully completed over 20 BTAs in the last 12 months.
Spring 2005 - Terranext has been awarded Phase I ESA and NEPA/SHPO services for over 200 cellular tower sites in Florida, Texas, and Lousiana. The project is part of the Nextel Communications Site Hardening project. The work was awarded through Baran Telecom of Cumming GA.
Terranext has also been awarded Phase I ESA and NEPA/SHPO services for about 100 cellular tower sites in Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia. The project is part of the 2005-2006 Nextel Communications Site Development project.
Terranext has been awarded nearly 100 cellular tower sites in Georgia and Texas for Cingular Wireless. Sites are being developed by General Dynamics and Baran Telecom.
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