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09.28.17 |
Tim Augustine

Bowser-Morner Wins NDA Drilling Safety Award

Sole award winner in the 250,000 to 500,000 hours category! Read More

07.18.17 |
Jill Newton

Bowser-Morner Opens Second Radon Chamber

Bowser-Morner’s Radon Reference Laboratory is very excited to announce the opening of their second walk-in radon chamber. Both chambers are certified by NRPP (National Radon Proficiency Program) and NRSB (National Radon Safety Board) as secondary radon chambers. Read More

Ohio Senate Bill 2: Maximizing C&D Debris Recycling Opportunities to Gain A Competitive Edge

Bowser Morner, Inc. has been working with the C&D industry in Ohio for the past 20 years. Our experience allows us to say with confidence that the new requirements for C&D debris recyclers will change the marketplace! We have been knee-deep in tracking the changes to SB-2, will be involved in the rule-making process, and are ready to help C&D debris recyclers shape the future of their operations in Ohio. Read More

Article 2: Changes in Iron and Manganese Concentrations in C&DD Leachate with Recirculation

As stated in the previous article in this series, the “Introduction to the Effects of Leachate Recirculation Series”, leachate data was compiled and analyzed using time series graphs and statistical trend testing. The time series graphs allow for a visual determination of trends. However, because there is significant variation in the data due to both natural variation and anomalous data points, visually assessing the trends can sometimes be difficult and subjective. The statistical trend testing using two methods, Sen’s Slope/Mann-Kendall slope estimator and Linear Regression, allowed for a more objective approach to determining trends. Read More