Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: EPCRA Section 313 "Form R" Reporting
 

The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, otherwise referred to as EPCRA was created in 1986 under the Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Ac ...Read More




 

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EPCRA Section 313 "Form R" Reporting
Soil Management Plans
The History Of 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
The History of Dry Cleaning Solvents and Their Fate in the Environment
Overwhelmed by Air Permits? There's more to it than You Might Think.
June 7th Webinar: Soil Management Plans

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Cleaning up contaminated properties can take a long time at great expense. In most cases, complete cleanup is not feasible and is cost prohibitive. As a result, residual contamination remains and environmental restrictions are applied to the property. These restrictions must be recognized during development or construction activities. One of the most common environmental restrictions is that soil disturbance cannot be performed without following an appropriate Soil Management Plan (SMP). Although this is a common restriction, there is currently no US EPA guidance on what constitutes an appropriate SMP. This Webinar will provide valuable information on what should be included in a SMP, when a SMP should be prepared, and what is typically required to comply with the SMP.

Post Date: 5/8/2017



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