Monthly Archives: March 2011

Navigating the GHG Reporting Maze

Know what to expect and how to prepare for upcoming greenhouse gas emissions regulations

Greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting rules vary region to region, state by state,  and sometimes, even town to town. To make matters more confusing, the U.S. EPA’s national GHG reporting requirements are in flux and will continue to change over the coming years. Because these reporting rules lay the groundwork for upcoming GHG emissions-control regulations, including common industrial emissions, it’s important to have some foresight into what an ethanol producer can expect and what it can do now to prepare for future reporting requirements. Continue reading


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Ways to Help Japan Earthquake/Tsunami Victims

One of the easiest, fastest ways to help people in Japan is to text REDCROSS to 90999, which will go directly to American Red Cross for Japan Earthquake Relief. This will donate $10 to the Red Cross and you’ll pay for it on your next cell phone bill. Continue reading

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Golder Associates Say “Thank You”


Harry and Greg—

I wanted to say thank you for all your help with the heater controller for our pilot. We really appreciate your willingness to work with our short timelines. We shipped our pilot out last week and are gearing up to build another treatment system in the coming months. I’ll be giving you a call.

Thanks for the help.


Process Engineer

Golder Associates, Lakewood, CO

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What we pay for gasoline

The year is different, but the idea’s the same.

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