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USEPA Releases Final Guidance for Implementing Institutional Controls

The USEPA issued the Final Guide to Planning, Implementing, Maintaining and Enforcing (PIME) Institutional Controls at Contaminated Sites.  This is the second of two guidance documents prepared by the USEPA to inform...

Terradex Gains GSA Contract Vehicle to Serve Federal Clients

Terradex, a unique and pioneering provider of information-based long-term stewardship (LTS) services, is pleased to announce its award of U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 899 Contract for Environmental...

Dig Clean Excavation Advisory Begins in Delaware

As another step towards increased environmental agency integration into one-call systems, on December 17, 2012 Terradex expanded its Dig Clean service on behalf of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and...

Slowly But Surely: One Call Systems Increasingly Used for Environmental Cleanup Sites

Slowly but surely, often with close involvement of Terradex, the power of one-call helps manage cleanup sites.  In every state, call-before-you-dig or “one call” laws require a phone call (or increasingly an electronic...

Off-site Groundwater Plumes – Terradex LandWatch Is A Risk Manager’s Best Friend

Groundwater contamination plumes often migrate off-site beyond the site where the chemicals were released.   The fate of the off-site plume poses a vexing risk management challenge for the regulator, potential responsible...

Brownfield Developer Fails to Meet BFPP Defense; Found Liable Under CERCLA for Removing Concrete Slab Above Contaminated Soil

This Saline, Michigan case adds another decision to similar recent cases such as Ashley II and Robertshaw, which assess whether current owners of contaminated property met CERCLA’s Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser (BFPP)...

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