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Upcoming Webinars

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
Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Not All Environmental Due Diligence is Equal - Marketing Department

This webinar will attempt to put into perspective the appropriate due diligence protocol for borrower, lender, current owner, or perspective owner.


   Post Date: 1/17/2018

Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Soil & Groundwater Investigation Techniques: The Foundation for Decision-Making - Marketing Department

This webinar will take a look at some of the changes that have occurred in the last few years in regards to the sampling techniques, technology, and the driving contaminants of concern among closure Sites.


   Post Date: 1/16/2018

Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Reporting - Marketing Department

This webinar will focus on Tier II Reporting. A Tier II report is a chemical inventory report required to be submitted to local and state emergency planning agencies and emergency responders by March 1st of each year. Title III of the Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA Title III) and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) are the laws requiring Tier II reports. 


   Post Date: 1/10/2018

Not All Environmental Due Diligence is Equal - Marketing Department

Depending on your perspective, borrower, lender, current owner, or perspective owner, one environmental due diligence device does not fit all transactions.  


   Post Date: 1/4/2018

Conducting Environmental Due Diligence, Site Assessment and Identifying Contaminants of Concern - Marketing Department

The term “due diligence” is used for a variety of concepts relating to the investigation or audit of a potential investment. Information gathered during the due diligence period is useful to prevent unnecessary harm to parties involved in a purchase and may include many aspects of the purchasing process. 


   Post Date: 12/20/2017

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