Waterborne publishes three newsletters a year, one in the spring, one in the summer and one in the fall. The newsletter is created to keep our clients and colleagues updated on all the innovative and exciting projects we’re currently working on and allows us to share upcoming conferences and presentations, recently released publications, staff news and insight about trends and events within the industry.
We traditionally mail our newsletter to recipients, but are now offering our newsletter via email.
The diversity of Waterborne’s work tends to create a positive challenge in compiling our newsletter: selecting featured articles that provide a comprehensive view of our various projects and areas of expertise. In this edition of The Current, we made the decision to dedicate significant page space to our work with threatened and endangered species. There has been much activity in the area of risk assessments for federally-listed threatened and endangered species since our 2015 update and Endangered Species Risk Assessments (ESA) is a focus area where Waterborne continues to partner with and support our clients to provide solution-focused assessment tools and regulatory support. We’ve presented our ESA work at several global conferences this year, so be sure to graze our conference insights section for our global presence!
2016 is buzzing by, but we managed to get our summer newsletter out! We also recently launched our Insights page and our articles in this newsletter are a nice blend of true news and a few blog posts. We also included our first article on TSCA reform and are planning to do a few follow-up pieces as we continue to track this important regulatory issue. Enjoy!
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This edition is very special to us. This spring we lost a cherished friend and colleague, Brian Jacobson, Principal Agronomist. We reached out to a few clients and colleagues who worked closely with Brian and asked them to share some of their memories of him. Thank you to all who provided such kind and fond recollections of Brian. Below are a few key article highlights from this Spring’s newsletter:
- In Memoriam: Brian Jacobson, A Colleague, Father, Friend and Innovative Agronomist
- Keeping the Current in the Missouri Office
- Data Evolved: The Ascent of R
- Microplastics, Microbeads & Regulations: 2016 State of the Union
This newsletter shares a variety of articles that seeks to share a comprehensive list of projects we’re currently working on including, veterinary medicine assessments, wastewater assessments, home and personal care product assessments and threatened, human health risk assessments, population modeling and more.
We also published a special endangered species risk assessment insert to share more information on this hot topic. Download the insert >>
Article previews include:
- Waterborne Expands Population Modeling Capabilities with the Hiring of Amelie Schmolke
- Microplastics in Wastewater Treatment Plants and Receiving Waters
- Continued Expansion: Toxicology Services and Human Health Risk Assessment
- Isha Khanijo, Senior Environmental Engineer, to Launch California Office
This newsletter captures events and showcases project work that took place across 2014. It’s an exciting newsletter as it introduces our new brand and shares information about our new website. Here’s a preview of the newsletter articles:
- A New Website for Waterborne!
- Nikki Maples-Reynolds Expands Waterborne’s Toxicology Capabilities
- Nutrient Modeling: Addressing Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategies
- Study Management Through The Ecotoxicology Lens
This newsletter talks about our new toxicology department, modeling work in Brazil and Endocrine Disruption Screening Program (EDSP) services. A preview of articles include:
This newsletter showcases a lot of international work we’ve doing across 2013. It also introduces our with iSTREEM® and home and personal care products. A preview of articles in this newsletter include:
This newsletter highlights Waterborne’s 20th anniversary, expansion of our ecotoxicology group, expansion of our field study program and highlights of conference work. A preview of articles include: