The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI): Does it apply to me?
 

If you’ve worked in an industrial setting long enough, odds are you’ve heard the phrase “TRI” or “Form R.” However, you may not know how it a ...Read More




 

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The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI): Does it apply to me?
Healthcare Facilities: Do You Ever Worry About Meeting JCAHO and EPA Compliance Requirements?
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While not required by law, having a Phase I ESA conducted is oftentimes required by an involved party (investor, lending institution, etc). Environmental contamination on a site or adjacent site can impact the property value – cleanup of contamination can be a simple fix to a complex or costly solution. Finding out as much about a property’s history and current condition can be an invaluable resource – and Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments can shed light on an important piece of the puzzle. To register for this webinar, click here

Post Date: 7/10/2018



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