TTL Associates Announces Rob Clark And Carrie Hess Pass NEPA Training Class

  TTL is proud to announce Rob Clark, Manager of Environmental Services, and Carrie Hess, Geologist, have successfully passed a one-week ODOT National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) training class. The class provided training and guidance for environmental consultants preparing NEPA documents, such as Categorical Exclusions, Environmental Assessments, and Environmental Impact Statements, for federally-funded ODOT transportation […]

Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Grant Program Update

  TTL wanted to provide an update on the Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Grant Program as it was provided to us. The official website for the program is now available on the Ohio Development Services Agency website located at the link below. Here you can find the guidelines to determine if you are eligible for […]

TTL Associates Announces Low Experience Modification Rates This Year

  TTL Associates is Proud to Announce our Experience Modification Rates (EMRs), are at .53 this year. EMRs are provided by insurance companies and used by the Occupational Health & Safety Administration to evaluate safety standards in the workplace. In order to determine this number, The National Council of Compensation Insurance (NCCI), first determines the national […]

TTL Launches Winter “Client Connections” Newsletter

  Read about a few of our team members, Ohio’s brownfield funds and learn about the $20 million awarded to the Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Grant Fund in this December issue of Client Connections.   Client Connections Winter Newsletter

The Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization Reviews Rules for Voluntary Action Program

  The Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization (DERR) is in the process of conducting a review of the rules governing the Voluntary Action Program.  This review is being conducted to correct errors that were inadvertently in the rules as a part of the five year rule review, which concluded in August 2014.  The Division of Environmental Response […]