Saved by the Bell or Throwing in the Towel, is your application ready for Round 3 of Ohio’s Brownfield Remediation Grant?

The Ohio Brownfield Remediation Program was created with support from the Ohio General Assembly in the current operating budget. $1 million is set aside for each county. The first two rounds of applications for funding have come and gone already, but the third round of applications is beginning July 1, [...]

By |2022-08-17T14:40:53-04:00September 7, 2022||0 Comments

Environmental Considerations with Land Use Redevelopment

The range of land use in the United States is extensive, varying from agricultural land use to heavy industrial use. Not only do environmental considerations arise when redeveloping a Brownfields site, they must also be taken into account in nearly all redevelopment scenarios whether it is agricultural to residential or [...]

By |2022-04-29T11:17:35-04:00April 29, 2022|Due Diligence, News|0 Comments

Use of Institutional Controls to Facilitate Site Closure

Intuitional Controls (ICs) are property or governmental controls that are used to manage risks and/or control potentially complete exposure pathways. Obtaining Site Closure through regulatory agencies doesn’t necessarily mean complete clean up to non-detect levels. As complete cleanup would be impracticable due to cost and timing limitations, using ICs is [...]

By |2021-11-12T09:07:26-05:00January 19, 2022||0 Comments

Use of Institutional Controls to Facilitate Site Closure

Intuitional Controls (ICs) are property or governmental controls that are used to manage risks and/or control potentially complete exposure pathways. Obtaining Site Closure through regulatory agencies doesn’t necessarily mean complete clean up to non-detect levels. As complete cleanup would be impracticable due to cost and timing limitations, using ICs is [...]

By |2021-11-12T09:07:26-05:00January 19, 2022||0 Comments

Why All The Fuss About Mold?

Mold has been a known indoor air quality concern since at least 1994, and a lot has been learned about mold in the years since. However, to date, there are still no federal regulations governing mold. A few states (New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Maryland) and municipalities (New York [...]

By |2021-11-22T10:27:00-05:00December 15, 2021||0 Comments

Why All The Fuss About Mold?

Mold has been a known indoor air quality concern since at least 1994, and a lot has been learned about mold in the years since. However, to date, there are still no federal regulations governing mold. A few states (New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Maryland) and municipalities (New York [...]

By |2021-11-22T10:27:00-05:00December 15, 2021||0 Comments

Why All the Fuss About Mold?

Molds are naturally occurring in the environment and are found almost everywhere, including indoors. However, at high concentrations, molds can affect the health of humans, especially immunocompromised or hypersensitive individuals. Exposure to molds, and the mycotoxins they produce, can lead to adverse health effects, such as fungal infections, rash, fever, [...]

By |2021-11-22T16:03:26-05:00November 22, 2021|Building Sciences|0 Comments

Closure – What Does It Mean?

This webinar will discuss what closure is, review steps necessary to achieve closure (including investigation, remediation, preferential pathway evaluation, monitoring, etc.), and outline regulatory guidance as it relates to closure. This webinar will also cover remedial options and answer questions such as: "Can a Site be reopened after closure?" "What [...]

By |2021-08-25T10:08:57-04:00September 22, 2021||0 Comments

Closure – What Does It Mean?

This webinar will discuss what closure is, review steps necessary to achieve closure (including investigation, remediation, preferential pathway evaluation, monitoring, etc.), and outline regulatory guidance as it relates to closure. This webinar will also cover remedial options and answer questions such as: "Can a Site be reopened after closure?" "What [...]

By |2021-08-09T10:58:04-04:00September 22, 2021||0 Comments

Closure – What Does It Mean?

Closure is generally defined as the point of the project where no additional investigation or remediation activities are required and the regulatory agency has provided a letter to that effect.  It is the point in the project that all responsible parties want to achieve, and in most cases, must achieve, preferably [...]

By |2021-11-22T16:29:41-05:00August 9, 2021|News|0 Comments
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