- Kimberly Miller of AllenES attended the GOMA Coastal Resilience Winter Conference in Pensacola.
- AllenES attended the MDEQ Restoration Summit in Biloxi, Mississippi.
- Dr. Melissa Pringle presented at the Clear Water Alabama conference on “Stormwater and Green Infrastructure for Water Quality Improvement”.
- Andrew Covington and Rick Sumrall of AllenES presented at a roundtable discussion on hazardous waste generator rule changes at the Mississippi Manufacturer’s Association Environmental & Safety Conference on October 12th and 13th.
AllenES is proud to announce Brad Young has joined the firm as a Senior Scientist, working in our Jackson office. Prior to joining AllenES as a Senior Scientist, Mr. Young served as Executive Director of the Mississippi Wildlife Federation for four years and Field Biologist with the state for eleven years. Mr. Young has a comprehensive understanding of natural resource policy and has been instrumental in conservation initiatives across the Southeast.
Allen Engineering and Science was announced as a winner of the MDEQ Beach Outfalls Challenge. According to MDEQ, “the goal of the Beach Outfalls Challenge is to enhance Mississippi’s ability to restore and maintain ecological integrity of priority bays and estuaries by providing measurable improvements to water quality and reducing significant sources of degradation.”
“The Beach Outfalls Challenge sparked truly innovative thinking among people who care deeply about the water quality of the Mississippi Sound. We’re thrilled with promising solutions presented by our finalists today and are looking forward to developing and testing them further,” said Gary Rikard, MDEQ.
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