Ramboll experts Steve Luis and Elizabeth Miesner provide an update on the new laws joining the complex and expanding PFAS regulatory landscape.
Ramboll is a global company with a local presence. With experts all around the globe, Ramboll Water has worldwide experience and knowledge covering the whole water cycle. Meet Cory Johnson, who covers the US market and shares his perspectives on the industry in this article.
Leveraging our extensive global experience and local expertise, Ramboll will support Ørsted/Eversource’s efforts to bring the first US-built offshore wind farm to New York.
As of August 1st, Ramboll also delivers management consulting services to the US market. Blythe Chorn has joined Ramboll to lead the expansion.
Ramboll receives an award for its innovative concept to use ultraviolet light and non-toxic electron donor to destroy PFAS.
The California Department of Water Resources has selected a team of consultants led by Ramboll to conduct airborne electromagnetic surveys in California’s high- and medium-priority groundwater basins. The surveys will provide a standardized statewide dataset which will improve understanding of large-scale aquifer structures and support implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
With funding from the National Science Foundation, a group of researchers from University of Maryland together with consultants from Ramboll are building game theory-based water market equilibrium models to help improve water use in the watersheds of the Anacostia River in Maryland and D.C., and the Duck River in Tennessee.
As the permitting process continues to advance on track for the Jonesport, Maine land-based aquaculture facility, The Kingfish Company is expanding its partnership with Ramboll through its newly awarded contract for services for the high-tech US facility.
iM3NY / Imperium3 NY, Inc. has received significant funding that will allow the lithium-ion battery manufacturer to build out its first gigafactory, with an innovative technology for producing high-performance batteries.
In two recently published papers, Ramboll scientists Robinan Gentry, Joshua Salley, Tracy Greene and Harvey Clewell examine the mechanistic evidence related to proposed modes of action for leukemia and nasal cancer following formaldehyde inhalation exposure.
Ramboll is supporting the Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research volunteer bike ride that aims to raise awareness for Tri-State’s contaminated wildlife rehabilitation efforts.
In a recent article in Chemical Watch, Ramboll experts Ashish Deshmukh, Gavin Thompson and David Liu address the issues importers of articles into the US are facing related to the Significant New Use Rule (SNUR) for long-chain perfluoroalkyl carboxylates (LCPFACs) in surface coatings following recent changes.