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Upcoming Webinars

PFAS - Sticking Around for a While
Understanding the EPA SEP and How to Incorporate a Compliance-Focused EMS in an Enforcement Settlement
Healthcare Facilities: Do You Ever Worry About Meeting JCAHO and EPA Compliance Requirements?
What is CFATS and Why Should I Care?
Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Lead in Drinking Water - Marketing Department

While the utility company can sometimes be responsible for lead in water from old water distribution lines that arrive to a building, other times interior sources of lead are not the responsibility of the public water supply company.

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   Post Date: 7/31/2018



Lead in Drinking Water - Marketing Department

The Flint drinking water crisis started in the spring of 2014 when Flint changed its public water supply source to the Flint River and officials failed to apply corrosion inhibitors to the water. The lack of corrosion inhibitors caused lead to leach from aging supply lines and contaminate the public water being delivered to homes and business in the community. Since then, it has been discovered that Flint is not alone; as communities such as Philadelphia, Chicago, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Trenton, and Boston are all facing a similar “crisis”.  

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   Post Date: 7/27/2018



Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Face to Face with Phase I and Phase II ESA's - Marketing Department

While not required by law, having a Phase I ESA conducted is oftentimes required by an involved party (investor, lending institution, etc).

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   Post Date: 7/10/2018



August 1st Webinar: Lead in Drinking Water - Marketing Department

While the utility company can sometimes be responsible for lead in water from old water distribution lines that arrive to a building, other times interior sources of lead are not the responsibility of the public water supply company.

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   Post Date: 7/2/2018



Requesting Phase 1 ESAs - Choosing the Right Consultant for Environmental Due Diligence - Marketing Department

Phase I ESAs determine potential contamination of soil, groundwater, buildings, and other items on a given property. When choosing environmental professionals to perform Phase I ESAs, it is important to make a well-informed decision. If made heavily on the basis of price or convenience over experience and expertise, it could end up being the most costly and problematic aspects of the entire transaction.

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   Post Date: 6/22/2018



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