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SynTerra’s Maris Lawyer is the winner of the 2020 S.C. Novel Prize. Lawyer, an HR generalist, began shaping her story as an Anderson University student. Now, a few years later, she’s about to become a published novelist.
Old mountaintop coal mining sites can have a new life and provide energy to a new generation through solar energy. Find out how old sites are providing an ideal place for new energy sites.
SynTerra Sr. Geotechnical Engineer Charles Bishop presented Engineering and Geotechnical Considerations during the Professional Engineers in Mining Seminar this September. His presentation is now available.
During National Protect Your Hearing Month, SynTerra professionals offer advice about avoiding the hazards of excessive noise. Get the lowdown on limiting noise exposure and maintaining healthy hearing.
SynTerra Corporation has acquired Duncklee & Dunham, a firm of environmental geologists and engineers who have worked on projects throughout the United States. Learn about the expanded capabilities and reach of the combined operation.
Congratulations to LafargeHolcim, longtime SynTerra clients, was recently awarded the Land Stewardship Award from Portland Cement Association. The awards recognize plants across the U.S. for outstanding environmental and community relations efforts. The 2020 awards are evaluated for environmental efforts completed in 2019.
Gather the family for an edible aquifer building activity right in your own kitchen. This tasty activity will explain how aquifers work and how human activity can have an effect on groundwater.
September is National Preparedness Month, and the theme is “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” Our SynTerra experts have highlighted resources to use when planning for disasters or emergencies, and the top three areas to plan for.
SynTerra toxicologist, Kaleigh Sims recently completed the 10-month Leadership Anderson program. Part of the program was creating and implementing a project the whole community will benefit from, a mural in downtown Anderson. The mural is painted by an artist from Anderson, Herman A. Keith JR., and captures part of the areas history.