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Turpa Elects Tighe & Bond’s Jeffrey Bibeau to Board of Directors

Posted February 26, 2014 by
The Toxic Use Reduction Planners Association (TURPA) recently elected Jeffrey Bibeau to its board of directors for a two-year term.  A Registered Environmental Manager (REM) and environmental compliance group leader at Tighe & Bond, Bibeau is also a certified Toxics Use Reduction (TUR) Planner who brings more than 20 years of experience in toxic use reduction to this appointment.  He was also the first individual to receive the TUR Planner Champion Award last year from the Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) located at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

TURPA http://www.turpa.org/ is a professional organization dedicated to maintaining a high standard of integrity and professional practice for TUR Planners.  Based in Framingham, this association represents all TUR Planners in Massachusetts, and works with Department of Environmental Protection on TUR planning requirements and changes.

A resident of Holyoke, Bibeau holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Massachusetts.  He is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Association of Metal Finishers, Printing Industries of New England, the Western Massachusetts Society of Engineers, and the Wood Products Manufacturing Association.

Tighe & Bond

Founded in 1911, Tighe & Bond is one of the most experienced engineering firms in New England, with offices in Pocasset, Westfield, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Middletown and Shelton, Connecticut; and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Engineering News Record annually ranks Tighe & Bond among the top design and environmental engineering firms nationally.  ZweigWhite also has recognized Tighe & Bond several times as one of the best engineering firms to work for in the nation. With a team of more than 240 employees, Tighe & Bond provides engineering and environmental services for clients in government, industry, healthcare, education, real estate, energy, and water/wastewater markets. 

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