Fate and Transport of Hydrocarbons: Contamination and Its Relationship to Our Lives

Public concern over the effects of chemical releases into the environment through human activity has grown steadily since the inception of the U.S. EPA on December 2, 1970.

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Using eCAP To Plan for Compliance
Fate and Transport of Hydrocarbons: Contamination and Its Relationship to Our Lives
Face to Face with Phase I and Phase II ESA's
Solutions to the Environmental Sword of Damocles: EHS Audits and the eCAP Program.
What is RCRA? - Marketing Department

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) protects communities and resource conservation. To achieve this, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) develops regulations, guidance, and policies that ensure the safe management and cleanup of solid and hazardous waste, and programs that encourage source reduction and beneficial reuse.


   Post Date: 3/12/2018

Indoor Air Quality - Why Should You Care? - Marketing Department

The quality of air inside offices, schools, and other workplaces is important not only for worker’s comfort but also for their health. Poor indoor quality in the workplace could cause headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. 


   Post Date: 3/7/2018

April 4th Webinar: To Drill, or Not to Drill: Do I Need a Phase II ESA, is the Question! - Marketing Department

The scene is set. The actors take center stage, and the final act of this real estate transaction can begin: the closing! 


   Post Date: 3/5/2018

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

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