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Lynne Santos Joins the Trinity Team in Boston

Lynne Santos

We are pleased to announce that Lynne Santos, previously President of Air Quality Associates, has joined Trinity Consultants' Boston office as a Managing Consultant. A respected registered professional engineer in Massachusetts, Lynne has over two decades of experience providing air quality services to industrial and institutional organizations throughout New England. In her new role, Lynne will continue to serve clients with air quality challenges, including air permitting, dispersion modeling, and general compliance support. Contact Lynne at (508) 630-2316 or

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