March 11th, 2013
Geotechnology’s Anna Saindon, PhD, RG, PE will present at EUCI’s conference on Fossil Fuel Generation Retirement: Mothballing and Decommissioning Facilities March 18-19, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. An in-depth brochure about the conference can be found in this link. The program is authorized IACET to offer .9 CEUs for this program.
To register for the conference go to EUCI’s event website here.
Saindon is a Senior Engineer at Geotechnology’s St. Louis, Missouri office and works in the Environmental Group.
March 7th, 2013
March 7, 2013 – St. Louis, Missouri
We’ve all seen the horrific pictures of the sinkhole in Florida that swallowed up a man while he was sitting in his bedroom. KSDK-TV (NBC) in St. Louis wanted to know if such a tragedy happen could happen here in the St. Louis area? Reporter Grant Bissell interviewed Geotechnology’s Doug Lambert, RG, Geophysical Group Manager about sinkholes. Doug did a terrific job in explaining what sinkholes are, how they are formed, and why, despite our area having a high number of sinkholes, a tragic collapse like the incident in Florida would likely not occur here. The story aired on KSDK’s 6pm newscast on Wednesday, March 6.
Here’s the link to the story. KSDK Interview Sinkholes in Missouri