Hazardous waste has a serious affect on our environment and can even wreak havoc on human health. Hazardous waste can be created through human activities, such as manufacturing, and materials used by homeowners such as old car batteries and hairspray cans. There are different types of hazardous waste, including corrosive, ignitable, reactive and toxic, and we’ve outline examples of household and industrial waste on our blog before. Management of hazardous waste reduces the... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Aug 27
If you are purchasing property, an environmental site assessment is an important step that helps to identify potentially dangerous contamination and protect you from liability. Business operations may produce contaminants, or contaminants may transfer from a neighboring property to your site. There are two phases to site assessments that can help either rule out or verify contamination. During a Phase I assessment, an environmental professional reviews property records, inspects the site... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Aug 14