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Jul 12, 2018

EPA’s Acting Chief to Continue Superfund Emphasis

Superfund sites on the EPA’s priority list will continue to move toward accelerated cleanup and redevelopment, the agency’s acting administrator told employees.

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Jun 14, 2018

EPA Tool Helps Companies Manage Risks When Buying Once-Toxic Sites

The EPA’s new tool for determining companies’ liabilities at Superfund sites will be released to the public, according to the agency.

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Jun 13, 2018

Cleanup Ruling Sticks, Despite Claim Site Conveyed by Fraud

A Texas man’s evidence that a contaminated property was fraudulently conveyed to him doesn’t save him from liability for the site’s cleanup under the state underground storage tank law.

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Jun 12, 2018

Hazardous Sites Changing Hands Pose Risks for Companies, OECD Says

Companies buying or selling hazardous waste sites face risks, so planning ahead is vital, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development says in its latest guidance.

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Jun 11, 2018

Portfolio Approach to Superfund Sites Could Speed Cleanup

Companies handling risk and liabilities for the country’s most contaminated sites said the EPA should facilitate packaging multiple sites into a single, faster cleanup project.

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Jun 07, 2018

Chemical Info Could Be Slow to Reach States, EMTs Under EPA Plan

Industry and health advocacy organizations are watching closely as the EPA adds new tools so that, during emergencies, local authorities and first responders can access chemical trade secrets previously kept in-house.

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May 04, 2018

EPA Tailoring Superfund Agreements for Concerned Companies

Third parties that want to take on Superfund site projects can expect more personalized attention and customized agreements from the EPA, as the agency moves to redevelop contaminated properties.

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Apr 18, 2018

Swamped Flood Insurance Program Has the Tide Against It

Nearly everyone on Capitol Hill acknowledges two facts about the federal flood insurance program: The status quo is totally unsustainable, and it probably won’t change any time soon.

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