Tag: Remediation

Are Your Historic Buildings Worth Saving?

By Scott Wilson, PSS, and Matt Ashby, AICP CUD – Who doesn’t love old historic buildings? The weight of history, those amazing architectural features, the stories around them that have gone down as legend. Read More »

What Are PFAS, and Why Are They an Emerging Health Concern?

By Jeffrey Steiner, PG, PH, CPG We use many organic and inorganic chemical compounds to develop everyday products, and these chemicals sometimes make it into our soil and groundwater and eventually into our water supply. Consider a group of fluorinated chemicals called PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. As a group, PFAS are resistant to… Read More »

Environmental Remediation Doesn’t Have to Be a Headache

By Ben Peotter, PE If you have your eye on a property that may have contaminated soil, water, or vapors, a little research can go a long way in making sure you’re not blindsided by any necessary remediation work. But if cleanup is required, don’t let it scare you off. With a knowledgeable environmental consultant,… Read More »