Company News

Duncklee & Dunham Attends Annual ITRC Meeting

    Matt Flinchum, PG, RSM, attended the annual 2018 Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) meeting in Anaheim, California.  Mr. Flinchum is a contributing member of the ITRC Advanced Site Characterization Tools team.  The annual meeting allows members...

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New OSHA Regulations on Silica Dust

    On September 23, 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released the final rule for occupational exposure to respirable silica dust.  This rule is designed to eliminate the harmful effects of respirable crystalline silica dust to workers in...

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Duncklee & Dunham Welcomes Tyler Mericka

Duncklee & Dunham is pleased to welcome Tyler Mericka to our Industrial Hygiene Program.  Tyler joined us in September of this year as an Environmental Technician to assist Raymond and Doug in our new upcoming projects involving Asbestos, Mold and Indoor Air...

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Vapor Intrusion Symposium a Major Success!

Duncklee & Dunham hosted a symposium on Vapor Intrusion in North Carolina – Factors Affecting Assessment, Mitigation and Redevelopment on August 24th at the Park Alumni Center on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus.  Attendees included attorneys,...

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Vapor Intrusion Symposium

Duncklee & Dunham is hosting an upcoming Vapor Intrusion Symposium for our clients and colleagues.  The symposium will be held on August 24, 2017 at the Park Alumni Center on North Carolina State’s Centennial Campus.    The Symposium will focus on regulatory,...

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Risk-based Remediation Training

Five employees from Duncklee & Dunham attended the Risk-Based Remediation Training hosted by North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality in Raleigh, North Carolina on May 26, 2017.  The focus of the 4-hour training session was an introduction to the...

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North Carolina Bar Association Event

Excellent presentations were given regarding the North Carolina Brownfields Program, the problems being posed by trichloroethene (for indoor air especially), and changes to state and federal environmental programs.

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