T&M Foundation | May 7, 2024

T&M Foundation a Company That Cares

The T&M Associates Foundation is honored to be named a Company That Cares by the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey! The T&M Foundation gives to civic, cultural, community, and educational organizations that align with the Foundation’s mission. In 2023, the T&M Foundation supported 64 organizations, donating more than $40,000 among them; volunteered 524 hours; committed $62,500 for STEM-based scholarships and visited numerous classrooms, providing STEM presentations, activities, and mentorship. These organizations and institutions...

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Environmental | May 7, 2024

T&M Received Environmental Leadership Award

Jeff Kozic, Supervising Environmental Scientist, represented T&M at the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) Environmental Leadership Awards Breakfast where T&M was recognized for our extraordinary efforts to protect and preserve the environment! Read more in the April edition of Commerce Magazine here.

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Awards | May 1, 2024

T&M Ranked a Top Design Firm by ENR

Up 5 spots from last year, T&M has been ranked a Top 500 Design Firm, coming in at #275, by Engineering News-Record (ENR). Commentary from the Top 500 Design Firms in 2024 reveals a shift in the use of artificial intelligence to complement design services. Last year, AI was the exception more than the rule, but this year more design professionals aim to integrate tech into operations. With ongoing labor challenges, rising interest rates and...

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T&M Foundation | April 30, 2024

T&M Foundation Receives Community Impact Award

We are proud to announce that South Jersey Biz recognized the T&M Associates Foundation as a recipient of their Community Impact Award. In 2023, the T&M Foundation supported 64 organizations, donating more than $40,000 among them; volunteered 524 hours; committed $62,500 for STEM-based scholarships and visited numerous classrooms, providing STEM presentations, activities and mentorship. These organizations and institutions serve students from every age group, as well as focus on making STEM education more accessible and...

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News & Press | April 24, 2024

From Paper to Progress: Cloud-Based Technology Streamlines School Facility Management

Reprinted from the Spring 2024 PASBO Report The official publication of the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials   By: Elaine Dasti | MEP Company Practice Leader + Grant Ervin | Director of Applied Technology   For any school district, managing facilities and assets effectively is paramount. Traditionally, this involves a cumbersome mix of paper forms, spreadsheets, and siloed data storage, leading to inefficiency, errors, and frustration. But things are shifting, and the days of...

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Water | April 16, 2024

T&M Can Help Estimate Your Public Water System’s PFAS Settlement

The window to submit for your maximum settlement will soon close. It’s important to understand that such settlements can vary widely depending on the circumstances of each case. Putative members of the Settlement Classes can calculate estimated allocation amounts for each of their Impacted Water Sources (groundwater well or surface water system with PFAS contamination) using the 3M and DuPont Entities Public Water Provider Settlement Estimated Allocation Range Tables linked in this post. These tables...

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News & Press | April 15, 2024

USEPA Finalizes National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for Six PFAS

On April 10, 2024, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) finalized a National Primary Drinking Water Regulation (NPDWR), establishing legally enforceable maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) for six (6) per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water. Five PFAS (perfluorooctanoic acid [PFOA], perfluorooctyl sulfonate [PFOS], perfluorohexanesulfonic acid [PFHxS], perfluorononanoic acid [PFNA], and hexafluoropropylene oxide dimer acid [HFPO-DA, or “GenX”]) have individual MCLs. Additionally, the USEPA finalized an enforceable Hazard Index (HI) MCL of 1.0 when mixtures containing...

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News & Press | March 27, 2024

Importance of Improving Noise Monitoring in OHS Magazine

Don’t underestimate the constant hum of equipment at your manufacturing facility or construction site – the insidious nature of hearing loss lies in its cumulative effect and does not solely reside in sustained decibel levels. Meeting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) standard of 85 decibels is only the beginning of noise monitoring for employers. Overlooking the importance of hearing protection goes beyond a simple safety oversight; a risk can affect an employee’s overall...

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