This week, Aries completed our 24th year of water quality sampling in the Merrimack River as a part of the Upper Merrimack Monitoring Program (UMMP). We're proud to support the UMMP in their mission to monitor water quality and provide education and public awareness.
In July 2019, New Hampshire became the second state to lower the drinking water standard for arsenic to half the EPA maximum contaminant level.
Aries is proud to support those battling cancer by supporting the Pedaling for Payson bike ride and fundraiser. Click here for a link to register and donate.
NHDES established a new annual emission fee structure with revisions to Env-A 700, effective October 24, 2018. Find out how these revisions affect you.
Aries completed a major remedial excavation in downtown Manchester that will allow the site to be redeveloped as a hotel. More than 9,000 tons of petroleum-contaminated soil were transported off-site for disposal.
Background fluorescence analysis (BFA) is a powerful tool that can reveal preferential groundwater flow paths that can improve site characterization and remedy effectiveness by identifying and then focusing site remediation on zones of the highest contaminant transport (flux).
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently announced redevelopment of the Former Franconia Paper Mill as the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award. Aries is proud to have been the environmental consultant on the redevelopment team.
Founded in 1987, Aries is proud to celebrate 30 years of service in environmental consulting.