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Upcoming Webinars

Solutions to the Environmental Sword of Damocles: EHS Audits and the eCAP Program.
Vapor Intrusion in Ohio: What You Need to Know
Lead in Drinking Water
Analytical Data Assessment and Validation for the Non-Chemist
Avoiding an Air Permit Violation When Your Permit Does Not Include All the Requirements
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



July 11th 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: 6/11/2018



To Drill, or Not to Drill: Do I need a Phase II ESA, is the Question! - Marketing Department

In real estate transactions time is money. Many real estate professionals work around tight deadlines and must gather, analyze, and make decisions during a compressed due diligence period.  One due diligence piece that can throw a transaction off is environmental findings.  These environmental findings are usually presented in a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) report. A Phase I ESA is a process followed by an Environmental Professional (EP) to evaluate (in a non-intrusive manner) environmental findings at a site.

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   Post Date: 5/16/2018



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