Great Lakes provides customized, turnkey solutions for all your environmental concerns, including air, water, and soil contamination and associated remediation.More
Occupational safety starts with top-down commitment to a safe workplace. Great Lakes helps develop and implement safety programs that include training, accountability, and measurement of leading indicators.More
Engaging, effective training is the first step to a more disciplined and accountable workforce focused on keeping themselves and those working around them safe.More
Great Lakes specializes in hazardous and non-hazardous waste management, connecting your waste stream with waste-to-energy, incineration, landfill, and other waste disposal facilities.Read More
Great Lakes has gained extensive experience over the years supporting clients and their legal counsel with EPA and OSHA mitigation […]Read More
Contact us to review your regulatory paperwork for local, state, and federal compliance and address any possible compliance issues.Read More
OSHA’s new silica standard for general industry is scheduled to go into effect June 23, 2018. What will this more stringent standard […]Read More
110.4(C)(2) now separates construction and maintenance work from outdoor work, and a new subsection in 130.2(A)(4) provides requirements where normal […]Read More
"“Simply put, as an environmental consultant to an advanced manufacturing facility, Great Lakes is one of the foremost authorities in terms of environmental regulations, permits and responsibilities.”"
— Bob Herbeck, Facilities Manager, Buffalo Manufacturing Work
"We have relied on Great Lakes Environmental for our safety needs for over 20 years. As Regulations change, as in Silica, Great Lakes helps us problem solve and be proactive to address the changing requirements. They are a Big Asset to our safety program."
— Douglas E. May, President, Oakgrove Construction