The primary purpose for conduction an environmental assessment of property changing hands is to minimize future risk to the buyer, seller, or other involved parties. Future risk includes liability claims, investigation costs, and cleanup costs associated with contamination of the property by hazardous materials.
Recent Papers and Reports
- Membrane Technology Tackles Water Resource Challenges In The High Desert
- Analyses of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) through the urban water cycle: Toward achieving an integrated analytical workflow across aqueous, solid, and gaseous matrices in water and wastewater treatment
- Consider the Hidden Costs of PFAS Treatment
- Per‐ and polyfluoroalkyl substances thermal destruction at water resource recovery facilities: A state of the science review
- Modeling Guidance for Developing Site Specific Nutrient Goals – Demonstration, Screening-Level Application
- Landfill leachate contributes per-/poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and pharmaceuticals to municipal wastewater
- Smart Utility as a Technology Platform: Setting the Course to Become a Smart Utility
- Evaluation of Short-Term Biosolids Management Options in Response to a Settlement Agreement
- When the Receiving Water is your Drinking Water: Storm Water BMPs for Source Water Protection
- The Removal of Alkylphenol Ethoxylate Surfactants in Activated Sludge Systems.