The massive environmental cleanup
was carried out in accordance with Records of Decision developed by U.
However, prospects for cleansing the nation's groundwater of contaminants appear brighter thanks to new computer programs that predict how effectively cleanup
techniques will work at specific sites, and to a newly proven method for eliminating pollutants in soil above the water table.
Instead of conducting a full risk assessment up front, cleanup
is conducted piecemeal and evaluated at the end for overall risk.
The California Supreme Court held that under a literal reading of the excess/umbrella liability policies at issue, the wording of the insuring agreement was broad enough to include coverage for environmental cleanup
and response costs ordered by an administrative agency.
The site's cleanup
is now underway, and by 2009 it will be redeveloped by Muss with a $600-million retail and residential complex.
Last year during the first year of the Great Pennsylvania Cleanup
, more than 182,000 Pennsylvanians took part in more than 5,100 organized cleanup
projects, removing more than 233,000 garbage bags from Pennsylvania's communities.
The Ohio EPA says that completing these large site cleanups
will allow it to focus on smaller sites.
We had proposed an interim cleanup
of the burn pit as part of our overall cleanup
,'' Jameson said.
The fallacy is that most environmental cleanup
obligations are not "loss contingencies.
Many of these are enormous "megasites" for which actual or estimated cleanup
costs start at $50 million; the average cost for such megasites is $140 million.
The pro-growth action plan, which has been panned by environmental groups, would allow municipalites to otter grants to property owners for environmental cleanup
By analyzing your spent materials and researching a potential beneficial reuse site, you may avoid pitfalls that could turn disposal cost savings into cleanup