Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Using eCAP To Plan for Compliance

Regulatory compliance has been estimated to be one of the largest ongoing and most uncertain expenses at manufacturing facilities. These rank just below the expenses of labor co ...Read More


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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.
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.


   Post Date: 5/16/2018

5 Things You Didn't Know May Contain Asbestos - Marketing Department

Asbestos hides in more places than you’d guess. Used for its high heat resistance, strength and insulating properties, asbestos was often added to various products despite its toxic nature.


   Post Date: 5/11/2018

What is a Phase I Site Assessment? - Marketing Department

A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is an investigation of a property by a trained professional who must meet certain professional qualifications, known as an "environmental professional". Not just anyone can do a Phase I!


   Post Date: 4/30/2018

Health Effects of Lead Exposure - Marketing Department

Exposure to lead found in lead based paints, air, water, or soil can affect almost every organ and system in your body. Children six years old and younger are most susceptible to the effects of lead. Read on for some of the health risks of lead exposure:


   Post Date: 4/17/2018

Radon: What You Need to Know - Marketing Department

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can build up to dangerous levels inside any home. This includes new and old homes, well sealed and drafty homes, and homes with or without a basement. Radon gas is odorless and invisible and the only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to test for it.


   Post Date: 4/12/2018

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