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$2.6 million in grants are available to replace, repower, or retrofit fleet diesel-powered trucks, buses, and other vehicles and equipment. The grants are available to public, private and non-profit entities looking to update diesel powered fleet vehicles.Read More
Solutions as Unique as Your Problems - This month we’re shining the Spottlight on the unique solutions we provide our clients. We’re using National Cookie Cutter Week as a reminder that one size does not fit all!Read More
Spotts, Stevens and McCoy was recognized by the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Association (EPWPCOA) receiving the Joseph McKenna Award for technical and financial contributions to the EPWPCOA.Read More
Whether it’s a steep and rocky site, contaminated building, hard-to-reach location, regulatory requirement, creaky old boiler or flickering lights . . . there’s no need to be scared! Our solutions are as unique as your problems.Read More
SSM recently completed the reconfiguration of our headquarters office at 1047 North Park Road and is hosting a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on September 26, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm to commemorate the newly-renovated office space and entranceway.Read More
National Water Quality Month reminds us that it takes much more than just turning on the tap to guarantee clean, potable water. The average person uses approximately 80 gallons of water or more per day. The water we use includes bathing, cleaning, household waste, and drinking water. Depending on where we live, the amount of water, usage, population and treatment facilities available vary. Around the world, these variables change greatly. In some villages, available drinkable water is scarce and indoor plumbing does not exist. Protecting our water resources and educating ourselves about water quality is an important goal of National Water Quality Month.