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Reporting Spills and Environmental Violations - Marketing Department

It can be difficult to know the right person or agency to call when reporting a spill or other environmental issue. Here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind! 


   Post Date: 3/8/2018

Vapor Intrusion Mitigation - Marketing Department

Vapor intrusion mitigation is used to protect structures from the potentially harmful vapors resulting from subsurface contamination. One of the most effective ways to mitigate vapor intrusion is through the placement of a physical, chemical resistant vapor intrusion barrier between the contaminated surface and the structure. In addition to using physical barriers, other fixes include the use of active venting systems in order to remove vapors from the subsurface.


   Post Date: 2/23/2018

Contaminated Soil and What You Can Do - Marketing Department

Soil contamination (or soil pollution) is caused by the presence of human made chemicals or other modifications in the natural soil environment. The contamination is usually caused by industrial activity, agricultural chemicals, or improper disposal of waste. 


   Post Date: 1/25/2018

Corrective Action Implementation - What You Need to Know - Emily Schaab

Corrective action is a requirement under RCRA for facilities that treat, store or dispose of hazardous wastes. The requirements relate to how facilities investigate and clean up hazardous releases into soil, ground water, surface water and air.


   Post Date: 1/24/2018

What is a Risk Based Closure? - Marketing Department

A Risk Based Closure might sound scary, but really it is just the process of getting the regulatory body that is overseeing the cleanup of a contaminated property and the responsible party to agree that the contamination no longer poses a risk to human health or to the environment. The regulatory agency will then offer a "No Further Action" letter regarding the property. 


   Post Date: 1/3/2018

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