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We are proud to announce the newest member of GT Environmental’s Environmental Assessments & Brownfield Remediation team: Rick Ordeman.
As a prospective buyer of a commercial or industrial property, it is critical to have a firm understanding of the environmental condition of a property prior to purchase.
In June, the City of Geneva, Ohio won another $100,000 Ohio Development Service Agency (ODSA) Abandoned Gas Station (AGS) grant for a former gas station located in the heart of their City.
What do you do with an eyesore situated in the heart of your small community: an old, abandoned gas station?
The Ashtabula County Port Authority implemented their $99,000 Ohio Development Service Agency (ODSA) Abandoned Gas Station assessment/clean up grant at a former gas station located at a key intersection in Austinburg, Ohio.
On March 31, 2017, the long-awaited beneficial use rules will become effective for Ohio.
GT assisted the Ashtabula Co. Port Authority prepare a grant application which was awarded $99,000 from ODSA's Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Program.
It was twenty years ago this past weekend that Michael Greenberg and Chuck Taylor started GT Environmental, Inc. (GT).
Governor Kasich’s recently approved state budget includes a new fund for assessing and cleaning up certain types of abandoned gas station sites.
Applications for the 2015 Underground Storage Tank (UST) Revolving Loan Fund Program (RLF) will be accepted until December 31, 2014. Learn more about eligibility and requirements.