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Safe and Legal Well Abandonment

Underground wells have been used for centuries to collect groundwater or to dispose of liquid and water waste. For most of that time, the construction, use, and abandonment of wells was unregulated by state or federal governments. As a result, hundreds of thousands of forgotten, abandoned wells […]

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Safe Drinking Water Relies on Petroleum Storage Cleanup and Remediation

Ninety percent of Floridians get their drinking water from groundwater. Groundwater also provides 50% of the state’s remaining water needs used in such operations as agriculture, electrical power generation, and industry. With Florida’s heavy reliance on groundwater, our shared health and safety depends on keeping it clean […]

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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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Importance of Having an Emergency Plan in Place for Chemical Spills

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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Minimize Your Risk with an Environmental Site Assessment Prior to Purchase

If you are considering purchasing a commercial or industrial property, you have probably already considered having a building inspection done. In fact, your lending agent may require you to have this inspection done before officially approving the loan. However, it is equally important to have an environmental […]

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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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From Liability to Opportunity: Using Cement in Site Remediation

Brownfield sites are empty, abandoned or under-utilized properties that are very difficult to redevelop due to soil contamination. But that doesn’t mean remediation isn’t possible. Hazardous substances in the soil can be treated successfully using portland cement. This is known in the industry as solidification/stabilization (S/S). S/S […]

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