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"Once again I wanted to shout out and thank you for the Great and Timely Service you have provided us. I would not hesitate to both utilize your services again as well as recommend Ross Environmental Associates to others."

Dan Keene - Lamoille Valley Ford


"I was recently shocked to find nearly 200 gallons of oil spilled at my rental property.  I now know that I was Blessed to have James Gascoyne of Ross Environmental working on my problem with me.  I would just like to let anyone and everyone know what great professional jobs they have done for me in my time of need."

Property owner - Wolcott, VT



31 January 2014 -Ross Environmental Associates, Inc. (R.E.A.) is pleased to announce that Justin Whipple and Mike Pinard have been certified by the Eastern Regional Radon Training Center for Radon Measurement and Radon Mitigation. Both certifications were issued by the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and are recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon is naturally occurring and is prevalent in many areas of Vermont. The Vermont Department of Health and U.S. Surgeon General recommend that all homes be tested for the presence of radon. For more information about radon testing and mitigation, feel free to contact R.E.A. or the VT Department of Health.


9 November 2012 - Ross Environmental Associates, Inc. (R.E.A.) is pleased to announce that Bob Ross attended the four day training seminar “Bedrock Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis” sanctioned by the National Groundwater Association.  The course was taught by Penn State Professors Davis Gold and Richard Pazirek, both internationally recognized experts in remote sensing for geologic characterization. The course involved identifying bedrock fracture traces and lineaments on aerial photographs and satellite images.  Bedrock fractures and lineaments can have a significant influence on drinking water sources, aquifer protection, and contaminant migration from various industrial and commercial.




1 May 2012 - Ross Environmental Associates, Inc. (R.E.A.) of Stowe, Vermont is pleased to announce that Jim Rose, Stephanie Feuer and Chris Koenig attended the two day training seminar “Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process for Commercial Real Estate” taught by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM).  ASTM has set the industry standard for completing environmental site assessments.  Most banks and financial institutions require that ASTM guidelines are followed for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for due diligence.  A properly completed Environmental Site Assessment can protect a prospective buyer from potential liability for contamination that may be present on site.  

Also, James Gascoyne attended the training seminar “Light Non-aqueous-Phase Liquids (LNAPL): Science, Management, and Technology” presented by the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) in Boston, MA.  This two day seminar was taught by internationally recognized experts and provided James with the latest strategies for assessment, investigation and remediation of petroleum release sites.  The occurrence of LNAPL at petroleum release sites can effect contaminant migration and complicate remediation.


23 April 2012 - Ross Environmental Associates, Inc. (R.E.A.) of Stowe, Vermont is pleased to welcome Stephanie Feuer and Chris Koenig to our team of dedicated professionals. Stephanie is a 2010 graduate of the Environmental Science program at Norwich University.  She is responsible for implementing R.E.A.'s field investigations and overseeing the removal of underground storage tanks.is responsible for implementing R.E.A.’s field investigations and overseeing the removal of underground storage tanks.

Chris has a Masters degree in Regional Planning from Cornell University.  Most recently, Chris was a Field Environmental Specialist with Gamesa Energy USA where he was responsible for environmental compliance of field services during the construction of an 80 MW wind farm.  He will be responsible for assisting with field services as well as project management for environmental site assessments.  Stephanie and Chris will both be working out of the Stowe Vermont office. 

We are also pleased to announce that Justin Whipple will be rejoining our staff for the 2012 summer season.  Justin is completing his engineering degree at UVM and will be working out of the Newport office.


22 February 2012 - The Lamoille County Regional Chamber of Commerce announced that an R.E.A. employee, James Gascoyne would be named the "Employee of the Year". This announcement was made at the LCRCC’s annual dinner and meeting held at the Johnson State College Stearns Center. James has been an employee of R.E.A. for seven years starting as an Environmental Scientist and working his way up to be Senior Environmental Scientist.


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