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...
PFAS UPDATE: Key Strategies for Navigating Environmental Due Diligence
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.
HISTORIC INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING YIELDS Extensive Opportunities for Remediation and Redevelopment
Billions of dollars are earmarked for environmental cleanup and related redevelopment projects.
The SmartCD is the most comprehensive and intuitive city directory report in the industry. It allows the professionals at ERIS to use their knowledge of historical and regional nuances to provide an ASTM-compliant CD search with no extra work for you.
ERIS Event in Austin: CRE & Economic Outlook for Central Texas
ERIS will be hosting a free in-person event at our Austin Texas office on February 21, 2023. Join us as a panel discusses: CRE & Economic Outlook for Central Texas
CTAEP Luncheon to be hosted at ERIS Austin on Jan 27
Join the Central Texas Association of Environmental Professionals for their January Luncheon proudly hosted at the ERIS Austin office.
An EBA Christmas Carol – The growth of a company that mirrors its leader
Watch the recording of an EBA Christmas Carol featuring Carol Le Noury, president of ERIS.
EPA Adds Delaware Site to Superfund National Priorities List to Protect Public Health from Contamination
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is adding one site and proposing to add four additional sites to the Superfund National Priorities List where releases of...
Where are America’s most toxic watersheds that harm human health and the environment?
Despite the United States passing a Clean Water Act nearly 50 years ago to dramatically reduce pollution and restore America's waterways, toxic substances are still dumped into many water sources, threatening the health of people and ecosystems.
5 Cleanup Technologies in Testing Stage for Superfund Site with Twice the Toxins of Love Canal
After more than 60 years, cleanup could be in the future for the Dewey Loeffel Landfill Superfund site, while toxin removal and monitoring moves forward at a related site along Route 203.
A Complimentary Infrastructure Funding Solution: The Federal Infrastructure Bank
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
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.