ERIS' infoHUB: News, updates, podcasts,
blogs and videos - ALL IN ONE PLACE.

ERIS Originals

Send in the Drones – A New Tool in Environmental Risk Research

by Kevin Grover & ERIS staff. The environmental risk assessment business changes...

Upcoming Changes to the ASTM E 1527-13 ESA Standard Practice

By Nick Albergo - There are significant changes being considered by members of the ASTM Committee E50...

Vapor and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

by Paul Zovic - Each year over 300,000 Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) are completed in the United States...

ERIS Updates

ERIS Welcomes Guy Crittenden as Content Developer

ERIS is excited to announce that award-winning business journalist Guy Crittenden has joined the team as content developer.

READ MORE

ERIS Welcomes Jeanie Elsholz as Regional Account Manager

In her new role as Regional Account Manager, Jeanie will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment to Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.

READ MORE

ERIS Newsletter – September 2019

Your ERIS Team has made changes and there are new podcasts, videos, blogs & Easy Tips to hear about! There are product enhancements coming! Read all about it here…

READ MORE

ERIS Welcomes Ashley Miller as Regional Account Manager

In her new role as Regional Account Manager, Ashley will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and DC.

READ MORE

Industry News

Jan 20, 2020

Climate Change Takes Center Stage in Davos

With businesses under pressure to act, solutions are emerging, but not fast enough, some participants fear.

READ MORE

Jan 17, 2020

Dark Air’: Why industries should prepare for regulation of PFAS air emissions

"Dark air"...Little attention has been paid to the potential for regulation of PFAS air emissions.

READ MORE

Jan 17, 2020

Anti-Sprawl Policies May Be Harming Water Quality: Study

Policies that aim to reduce urban sprawl may be increasing water pollution, according to a Penn State researcher.

READ MORE

Jan 17, 2020

PFAS found in sewers, creek near ooze site, state says

Recent testing near the Madison Heights site where green ooze started leaking along Interstate 696 last month has found the presence of PFAS in sewers and a creek.

READ MORE

Jan 16, 2020

How to Get Rid of 9,000 Tons of Toxic Topsoil

The ball fields of Red Hook, Brooklyn, were built on the site of a lead-smelting plant. Decades later, the cleanup begins.

READ MORE