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We provide compliance solutions for our customers. Our company is dedicated to integrity, professionalism and good relationships with our clients, agency personnel, and staff. Our services will give your organization a professional compliance management program that will reduce fines and recapture person-hours lost to environmental compliance duties.

In June of 2018 CEA acquired StoneHill Environmental (StoneHill) a well-regarded multi-disciplinary environmental consulting firm, located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Tim Stone, StoneHill’s President and Founder, started the firm 29 years ago, and StoneHill has become a fixture in the New Hampshire, Maine and Eastern Massachusetts markets. StoneHill has become well known for technical excellence… Read more »

WEST BOYLSTON, Massachusetts-April 5, 2017-CEA, Inc. today announced that it has been acquired by Mr. Joseph (Joe) Campisi and began doing business as Corporate Environmental Advisors (CEA). “I am thrilled to announce that I have acquired CEA, an environmental consulting-engineering firm with a 30-year reputation of helping clients assess and manage environmental risk and achieve… Read more »

The 2017 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Remediation General Permit (RGP)for USEPA Region 1 (MA & NH) will become effective April 8, 2017.   Operators seeking authorization to discharge must submit a completed Notice of Intent (NOI) in accordance with Appendix IV – Part 1 of the RGP as follows: For existing discharges, no later than 90 days after… Read more »

In July 2016, CEA Inc. was acquired by Joseph S. Campisi. Mr. Campisi has 30 years of experience in the environmental field, and over 20 years P&L responsibility in the environmental consulting industry. Mr. Campisi is a technical expert in contaminant hydrogeology, with expertise interpreting complex subsurface conditions, evaluating and choosing remedial technologies and ultimately… Read more »

In 1983 the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) published the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) addressing hazardous chemical safety in the workplace.  The intent of the Hazard Communication Standard was to provide workers with the “right-to-know” about the identities and hazards of the chemicals they work with, and have potential exposure to, during their jobs…. Read more »

Environmental due diligence is a legal and technical investigation conducted to satisfy certain liability protections using state and federal environmental laws or standards. Due diligence can also be used to develop information about environmental conditions used to allocate liability and manage environmental risks. The first step in performing environmental due diligence is typically a Phase… Read more »