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Working along the shoreland in Vermont presents with a unique set of factors to take into account that one should be aware of while developing. The Vermont Legislature passed the Shoreland Protection Act in July of 2014, which regulates activities...
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TCE has enjoyed an exciting year of growth, and we are proud of the team members that have come on board recently. Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing them all with a spotlight feature as a show of...
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TCE has enjoyed an exciting year of growth, and we are proud of the team members that have come on board recently. Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing them all with a spotlight feature as a show of...
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TCE has enjoyed an exciting year of growth, and we are proud of the team members that have come on board recently. Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing them all with a spotlight feature as a show of...
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TCE is proud to be working with the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) to build a 3,000-square-foot headquarters on 1.3-acres along Route 100 in Waterbury, Vermont. Since its inception roughly 25 years ago, CLiF has operated out of founder Duncan McDougall...
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TCE has enjoyed an exciting year of growth, and we are proud of the team members that have come on board recently. We’ll be introducing them all with a spotlight feature as a show of our appreciation and to let...
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We’re hosting an open house at our Williston office to celebrate our recent renovations, and to connect with all the fantastic people who have made our recent progress possible. The best part? You’re invited!  So come join us on Friday...
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Spring has sprung! The temperatures are rising, we’re starting to see consistent green under our feet, and the Vermont Wetlands Program has released the average start dates for the field season across the State. TCE Environmental is geared up and...
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Why should stormwater ponds be inspected periodically? We get this question frequently.  Much like today’s automobiles, stormwater systems (not just the pond) are expensive! They’re also more complex than ever before and require periodic “tune ups”. Legally an inspection is...
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In the State of Vermont, a septic system can be legally determined as “failed” and in need of replacement if one of two things is occurring: wastewater is backing up into the house, or wastewater is surfacing on the ground....
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