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Is Your Cleanup Site Secure?

The process involved for cleaning up a contaminated site is quite intense and involves a very detailed and well-developed plan. Once you detect contamination at your worksite or on your company property, one of the first things you need to do is to secure the area surrounding […]

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Grants Boost Environmental Clean-Up for Metro Projects

The Metropolitan Council is investing $2.6 million to clean up approximately 44 acres of brownfield sites throughout five major cities. This week, the council approved its latest round of Livable Communities grants designed at creating spurring transit-oriented development and private investment in the Twin Cities area. The […]

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Chemical Spill Containment and Responsiveness

The number of industrial chemical spills in North America is continuing uninterrupted. The U.S. National Response Center and Environment Canada report that, on average, there are more than 40,000 reported chemical spills annually in the continent. In Canada alone, there were 175,000 tons of chemicals released into […]

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What is Hazardous Waste?

The EPA regulates hazardous waste from manufacture and use to transportation and disposal. These regulations help minimize health and safety risks to people, animals, and the environment. When exposed to hazardous waste, people and animals can become ill or even die depending on the type of toxin […]

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Preparing for a Demolition

If your company uses any type of chemicals, you are at risk for a chemical spill. No matter how careful your team is or how much planning you put into your operations, accidents still happen. For this reason, it is vital that your company has an emergency […]

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Disposing of Your Industrial Wastes Properly

Almost every manufacturer deals with the necessary burden of disposing of their industrial waste. New environmental regulations over the last decade have only put a greater demand on companies across the country. Noncompliance with any of these regulations could result in hefty fines and penalties. Even more […]

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Protecting Public Health in Brownfield Communities

A Brownfield site is land that has been used previously for industrial or even some commercial purposes, and is now contaminated with pollution or toxic or hazardous waste. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates there are more than 450,000 brownfield sites across the United States, with major […]

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A Brief History of Superfund

Superfund is a U.S. federal law enacted to clean up sites across the nation that are contaminated with toxic or otherwise hazardous substances. Congress passed the law in 1980 in response to rampant pollution of American soil and water. Two particular disasters, the Love Canal in upstate […]

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Silicon Valley Lawmaker Launches Inquiry into Superfund Cleanup

A US congresswoman from California has launched an inquiry into toxic damage caused by the federal government’s Superfund program. Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA) asked for details about the EPA’s handling of the waste resulting from treating and shipping toxic waste cross-country. Eshoo also inquired if the EPA […]

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New Delays in Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup

The Portland Harbor Superfund site cleanup in Oregon has been hit with yet another delay. Portland Business Journal reports that a key deadline for the cleanup plan has been pushed back by at least another year. Local businesses, which could end up paying as much as $2 […]

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