Potential PFAS Designation to Alter Environmental Due Diligence Landscape

A change is coming to the environmental due diligence world, which is anticipated to play a factor in how recognized environmental conditions (RECs) (i.e., known or potential environmental concerns) are identified in future Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). The change is the potential designation of at least two per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) as […]

The Environmental Corner: ‘Air’ial Assault: How Contaminated Air From Past or Current Operations Can Impact Your Property and Surrounding Community

The Environmental Corner: Access to fresh air and water are required to sustain a healthy life and should not be taken for granted. Do you know if current and/or historical operations at your property are adversely impacting the breathing air within your building or nearby structures? If you have read EnviroForensics’ past articles of The […]