Simulation of remediation
methods in the environment;
Section 198 now offers enhanced opportunities for synergy with the BCP, which offers its own tax credits and has always covered petroleum remediation
In the years 1992 through 1995, Reynolds incurred substantial environmental remediation
costs in an effort to remediate contaminated areas, which resulted from its prior waste disposal practices.
plan prioritizes the agreed upon remediation
f]; this approach is reminiscent of that taken during the asbestos remediation
after the World Trade Center collapse (9).
He wants to be able to let people use judgment; however, there has to be a level of satisfaction that remediation
has been effective.
It is essential that the technologies developed by the program, as well as other emerging remediation
and monitoring technologies, be translated and commercialized into the public sector.
UpdateEXPERT is a powerful remediation
tool for patch management supporting Windows NT4/2000/XP and many mission critical applications.
expenses dating back more than a decade raise serious questions about how far in advance an insured can initiate reimbursable sue-and-labor activities before the concept of "actual and imminent" is rendered meaningless.
Although the taxpayer continued to use the plant for the manufacturing activity that engendered the hazardous waste, the ruling permits the taxpayer to deduct the cost of the soil remediation
and on-going monitoring expenses regardless whether the property continued to be used for that activity.
Stimulation of aerobic biodegradation of groundwater contaminants using the EHC-O Oxygen Releasing Compound is deployed in remediation
wells with the O-Sox[TM] delivery system.
Government and residential customers are the leading markets for waste management and remediation
services, accounting for nearly three-fifths of the total in 2010.