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RE3 Focus: Pennoni On Leading Edge of Sub-Slab Depressurization
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RE3 Focus: Pennoni On Leading Edge of Sub-Slab Depressurization

With the RE3 Conference in Philadelphia less than two months away, attendees will have a chance to meet thought-leaders and experts from leading companies, pose technical questions, build new relationships and learn first-hand from the best in the business. Experts and decision-makers from these organizations will be in attendance and leading conversations during the event. One environmental presentation that's sure to garner a wide range of attention is environmental engineering… Read more
Five Questions Before Selling Contaminated Brownfields for Redevelopment
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Five Questions Before Selling Contaminated Brownfields for Redevelopment

Before selling your contaminated property to a Brownfield developer there are at least five burning questions that have to be addressed. Deterred by the fear of future liability or high cleanup costs, many corporations are compelled to leave contaminated Brownfield properties dormant for years or even decades. It is estimated that only 10% to 15% of Brownfield sites have been addressed, with more than 80% of the market untapped. Increasingly,… Read more
Heavy Metal and Hard Rock: Are They Causing Headaches?
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Heavy Metal and Hard Rock: Are They Causing Headaches?

Given a choice between heavy metal and hard rock, which gives you the bigger headache? In case you're wondering, we're talking about soil contamination on brownfields, not loud music. Let's explain more about the emerging solutions to these problem materials. Cleaning up, reinvesting in and reusing brownfields, which may have hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants present, protects human health and the environment. It also improves the appearance of the area… Read more
The Vicious Cycle of Turning Around Properties
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The Vicious Cycle of Turning Around Properties

"If we don't clean them up, who will?" This was the perspective of a mayor testifying before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in March, his testimony and that of the other invited witnesses in support of an extension to the EPA Brownfield Grant program. A program that today, in a significantly reduced version of its former self, fights for its very life. As the panel offered its testimony,… Read more

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