PFAS can be a game changer in commercial real estate transactions. As evolving policies expand the scope of potential liabilities and cleanup costs, environmental professionals must consider what steps they can take to address, mitigate, and manage PFAS-related risks at potentially impacted properties.
Billions of dollars are earmarked for environmental cleanup and related redevelopment projects.
Climate risk considerations have taken center stage in commercial real estate. ERIS met with the chair of the new ASTM task group focused on standardizing property resilience assessments to discuss the committee’s work and what the new guide means for...
ERIS is proud to be a promotional partner of ASTM Phase I ESA training. The next session will be hosted by ERIS in our new office in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, November 2. To learn more or to register visit: https://go.erisinfo.com/astm2022
ERIS and RealWired announce partnership to integrate YouConnect™ appraisal platform access to environmental risk information.
ERIS introduces Scriva, the most intuitive, flexible report-writing platform integrating end-to-end services for environmental property due diligence.
Earlier this month, roughly 68% of voters in New York voted to approve a ballot measure that will allocate billions of dollars for climate spending.
The two elements of this Boston condo tower were built more than a century apart. Does this old-new architectural combination hold up?
With historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments, EPA is expanding the scope of existing technical assistance, including five new subject-specific grants totaling $57 million...
Environment and Energy Report had a story today about growing opposition to EPA’s proposal to list two PFAS compounds, PFOA and PFOS, as hazardous substances under CERCLA.
The EPA is vowing to move quickly to designate two “forever chemicals” as hazardous substances under the Superfund law, but has to balance the Biden administration’s desire to better protect disadvantaged communities with public and private sector fears they’ll be held liable for a...