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What is a Risk Based Closure?

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A Risk Based Closure might sound scary, but really, it is just the process of getting the regulatory body that is overseeing the cleanup of a contaminated property and the responsible party to agree that the contamination no longer poses a risk to human health or to the environment. The regulatory agency will then offer a "No Further Action" letter regarding the property. 

Risk Based Closures have been used for decades, and have come a long way in recent years! To learn more about this process, click here. To learn how August Mack can help, visit our website here!

Post Date: 4/13/2018



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