by Luke Hall, professional geologist Clean dirt. To a person with a three-year-old son, the term sounds like a cruel joke. In reality, it is an issue that can cause serious problems for developments. Picture this scenario: you have purchased a residential property with the intention of redevelopment. For whatever reason, perhaps raising the grade of the surrounding area to prevent flooding or removal and backfill of previous foundations and structures, you hire a contractor to bring in so... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Mar 29
World Water Day is an important reminder that not everyone in the world is as lucky as us to have immediate access to clean water. In fact, 2.1 billion people today live without safe drinking water at home. People around the world are working to protect the natural environment and reduce pollution so that everyone has access to clean water. What we take for granted here in the U.S. is that there are several regulations to protect our drinking water. There are many factors that can affect o... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Mar 22