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PWGC’s President, Dr. Paul Grosser, Ph.D., P.E., led the 2017 drilling demonstration for students in Stony Brook University’s (SBU) Civil Engineering Department in February, providing valuable insights about the civil engineering industry and answering students’ questions. These live demos help future engineers gain valuable experience as they work toward their degree. A member of the
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced an emergency rebate program for renewable heating and cooling technologies such as geothermal systems, applicable throughout NYSERDA-administered areas of New York State (essentially all of the state with the exception of Long Island—comparable PSEG rebates are still in effect on Long Island). The program sets aside $15
We’re pleased to announce that Dave Hermantin, Senior Project Manager for PWGC’s Connecticut office, has been elected President of the CT Geothermal Association. The Connecticut Geothermal Association represents the industry in relevant local and state legislative affairs and promotes public awareness about the use of ground-source heat pump technology through education and communication and training
A groundbreaking was held on the City of Glen Cove’s waterfront to celebrate the efforts of RXR Glen Isle Partners LLP (the pairing of Uniondale-based RXR Realty and Posillico Development) to redevelop the city’s former industrial waterfront into a $1 billion mixed-use development. PWGC has played a lead role in assisting RXR with the environmental
PWGC Founder & President, Dr. Paul Grosser, was featured as a guest on the Zweig Letter Podcast with Randy Wilburn this month. Listen below or click here to visit the episode on soundcloud.com.
This month, the Zweig Letter featured an interview with PWGC’s founder and president, Dr. Paul Grosser, about the firm’s growth since it was formed in 1990. The Zweig Letter is part of the Zweig Group, which has named PWGC one of the best environmental firms for 2015 and listed us in the civil engineering and environmental
The Suffolk legislature has voted unanimously to allow modern, high-tech septic tanks to be installed to replace the county’s aging residential cesspools and septic systems in order to reduce the amount of nitrogen seeping out of traditional cesspools. Cesspools are a large contributing factor to the overwhelming nitrogen pollution that has affected Long Island’s ground
PWGC will be hosting an IGSHPA-led two-day Certification Workshop for the inspection of ground source heat pump systems (GSHPS) in residential and commercial settings. Inspector accreditation will help you to anticipate critical elements of installation and offer customers a low-maintenance, economical, and environmentally-friendly alternative for their geo comfort needs. When: Wednesday, July 20th and Thursday
Check out this inspiring story from one of our Environmental Technicians, Melissa Perri, delivered at the recent Women’s Empowerment Lunch held by STRIVE: The day I graduated from High School, I started working to support myself. Some years, I worked two or three jobs at a time. I wasn’t getting rich, but I was getting
School water quality is front-page news across the nation. From the ongoing catastrophe in Flint, Michigan to recent reports of high lead levels in several schools in New Jersey and Long Island, public concern about lead exposure is growing. Six schools on Long Island recently tested positive for high levels of lead in various tap