The Connection Between Hurricanes and Indoor Air Quality
 

When we think of the damage that hurricanes can inflict upon our communities, our minds don’t immediately go to indoor air quality.

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An Apple a Day: Environmental Considerations for Healthcare Providers
Don't Shed a Tear for Tier IIs: An Overview of Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know and SA
Vapor Intrusion: Is Your Data Telling You The Truth?
Thanks for the Many (Environmental) Memories
What You Need to Know About Silica: Part 2 - Marketing Department

There are certain health concerns related to when a person comes in contact with unsafe levels of silica. 

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   Post Date: 9/12/2018



Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: So Much to Do, So Little Time: Options for Environmental Due Diligence - Marketing Department

There are multiple different options available for environmental due diligence, each varying in their complexity and the time it takes to complete them.  Frequently, the type of assessment is dictated by the type of property and the purchase price. Knowing the differences between the report types can not only help the transaction stay on track, but make sure the party ordering the report is getting the most value out of their due diligence. 

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   Post Date: 9/11/2018



What You Need To Know About Silica: Part 1 - Marketing Department

Crystalline silica is a common mineral that is usually made of sand, stone, mortar as well as concrete and can have potentially fatal health consequences if the proper safety regulations are not followed. 

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   Post Date: 9/6/2018



Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Avoiding an Air Permit Violation When Your Permit Does Not Include All the Requirements - Marketing Department

Air permits consists mainly of requirements that are regulated by the State that a facility is located in. However, there may be other requirements that are applicable to your facility but are not listed in your air permit. This is true for emission units at facilities that belong to one or more of the federal regulation under the area source category for National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant (NESHAP) or Maximum Achievable Control technology (MACT) standards. Therefore, it may come as a surprise that your smaller facilities are subject to one of the area source MACT categories. 

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   Post Date: 9/4/2018



Vapor Intrusion in Ohio: What You Need to Know - Marketing Department

Vapor intrusion, referred to simply as VI, is the migration of volatile chemicals from the subsurface into overlying buildings.  Common sources of volatile chemicals associated with VI include dry cleaners (tetrachloroethene, or PCE), degreasing operations at auto shops or factories (trichloroethene (TCE), PCE and other volatile organic compounds), and gas stations (benzene and naphthalene from fuels).

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   Post Date: 8/30/2018



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