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CAPs got your tongue? Stormwater Corrective Action Plans in Pennsylvania
Is it Dust, or Respirable Crystalline Silica? What's Your Liability?
Reducing Emissions and Expenses with Natural Gas
To Drill, or Not to Drill: Do I Need a Phase II ESA, is the Question!
Taking the Mystery out of Industrial Hygiene Sampling
What is the Transaction Screening Process? - Marketing Department

The transaction screening process, sometimes referred to as limited environmental due diligence, is normally used by those who want to assess the environmental condition of commercial real estate where a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is considered unnecessary, and the parties do not seek CERCLA LLPs.


   Post Date: 2/20/2018

What is a Brownfield? - Marketing Department

A brownfield is a property, or the reuse or redevelopment of a property, which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. There are an estimated 450,000 brownfields in the U.S. The cleaning up of these properties can benefit a community in many ways, including:



   Post Date: 2/12/2018

March 7th Webinar: CAPs got your tongue? Stormwater Corrective Action Plans in Pennsylvania - Marketing Department

This webinar will focus on the recent changes to the PAG-03, General Storm Water Permit in Pennsylvania with a focus on Corrective Action Plans (CAP). 


   Post Date: 2/7/2018

Baseline Environmental Assessments - Marketing Department

Did you know that a person can buy, lease, or foreclose on contaminated property and be protected from liability for cleanup of existing contamination on the property if they conduct a baseline environmental assessment (BEA)? What exactly is a BEA?


   Post Date: 2/2/2018

Study finds corrosive well water prevalent in half of U.S. states - Marketing Department

Half of U.S. states have a high prevalence of well water that’s corrosive enough to leach lead from pipes, according to a report published by the Associated Press. The findings come from a new study conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey that included an analysis of more than 20,000 wells nationwide, and found that 25 states have groundwater with a “…high prevalence of being potentially corrosive.”


   Post Date: 1/18/2018

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