An Overview of CDP Reporting

Learn about CDP reporting and what it might mean for you and your operations. CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts.

By |2023-01-23T09:07:09-05:00January 23, 2023||0 Comments

Is There A Difference Between Ohio EPA VAP and Other Environmental Due Diligence Tools?

Are you considering purchasing a commercial or industrial property that may have environmental contamination? It is critical to consult with a qualified team that can provide you with a full evaluation of risks that typically accompany the purchase and redevelopment or reuse of the contaminated property. Learning the difference between [...]

By |2022-12-20T16:13:37-05:00December 20, 2022||0 Comments

ProUCL As An Environmental Statistics Tool

ProUCL, a statistical software package developed by the USEPA, is a very powerful tool for evaluating environmental datasets. This webinar will discuss the applicability of ProUCL to environmental datasets, including its use in establishing background levels, determining exposure point concentrations, evaluating trends in monitoring well datasets over time, determining outliers [...]

By |2022-12-20T16:10:04-05:00December 20, 2022||0 Comments

A 2023 Refresher on Tier IIs

Tier II reports are required by EPCRA (Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act) under Section 312 for facilities that contain certain hazardous chemicals. Are the chemicals at your facility subject to Tier II reporting? What is a Tier II report anyway? This webinar will explain the history of EPCRA and [...]

By |2022-11-09T16:43:42-05:00November 9, 2022||0 Comments

Environmental Business Risk in Commercial Real Estate Transactions

While ASTM defines Business Environmental Risk (BERs) specifically, all conditions identified in environmental due diligence could be characterized as Business Risks with potential time, cost, stigma, and other obstacles to completing a transaction or preserving a real estate asset. This webinar will address examples of conditions encountered and the art [...]

By |2022-11-11T16:31:44-05:00November 9, 2022||0 Comments

What Goes Into An EHS Audit?

Have you ever heard the phrase “ignorance is bliss”? I’m sure we all have.  Unfortunately, that phrase isn’t always correct, especially when it comes to environmental and safety regulatory infractions.  Setting aside the moral obligation to protect our workforce and natural resources, with documented fines reaching the million dollar mark [...]

By |2022-10-12T10:44:01-04:00October 12, 2022|Compliance, News|0 Comments

PFAS – Looking To The Future

What do non-stick coated pans, waterproof fabrics, oil-resistant food packaging, stain-resistant materials, and fire-fighting foam all have in common?  They all potentially contain fluorinated compounds, and more specifically, are made with a suite of specialty chemicals called Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOAs).   PFOS and PFOAs both are fluorinated [...]

By |2022-10-12T10:49:36-04:00October 12, 2022|News, Site Closure|0 Comments

Basics of Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) is a common report used to identify potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities for real estate transactions.  A Phase I can provide important information about a property, but can also be overlooked as simply a check box on long list of [...]

By |2022-10-12T10:50:28-04:00October 11, 2022|Due Diligence, News|0 Comments

Negotiating On-Site Access For Vapor Intrusion

Vapor Intrusion (“VI”), or the migration of contaminant vapors from soil and groundwater into overlying structures, has been a significant topic in the environmental world for over 20 years.  Common contaminants associated with VI are volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which include gasoline constituents, such as benzene, and industrial degreasing and [...]

By |2022-10-12T10:51:27-04:00October 3, 2022|News, Site Closure|0 Comments
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