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ERIS announces SmartCD – new technology to make your City Directory ASTM compliant with no extra work for you! This new methodology selects adjoining properties, is ASTM E1527-21 compliant, is more accurate with less reworks. Historical data created in a thoroughly modern way.   Learn more

Spotlight On ASTM’s Committee E50: A Conversation with Tim Haley

ASTM’s Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management, and Corrective Action develops important voluntary industry standards and best practices that play a critical role in commercial real estate transactions and pollution prevention. ERIS sat down with committee chair...

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A Complimentary Infrastructure Funding Solution: The Federal Infrastructure Bank

Mar 15, 2023 - Despite the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill’s historic $1.2 trillion investment in U.S. infrastructure, the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates an additional $2 trillion is needed to repair our deteriorating infrastructure.


The Challenge of Removing Toxic PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ from Drinking Water

Mar 15, 2023 - What’s in your faucet can be a dangerous thing. If you’re like an estimated 200 million Americans, every time you turn on the tap, a host of contaminants come out with the water.


Biden Administration to Restrict Cancer-Causing ‘Forever Chemicals’

Mar 14, 2023 - The government will strictly limit in drinking water two chemicals that are ubiquitous in modern society but are linked to a range of health effects.