Important Developments in Environmental Site Assessments

Over the past several months, we have been asked to assist a long-time client with some continuing education programs.  We have completed more than a half-dozen training sessions relating to environmental cleanup/environmental due diligence developments in Michigan.

During our hour-long environmental update, we share why understanding environmental acronyms such as HRECs, CRECs, BFPP, NAPL, and DNAPL are more important than ever.  We also discuss vapor intrusion (or VI) and why proper assessment of neighboring properties can be the difference between a great deal and a great deal of grief.

We then put the information into context with a case study that shows how we helped keep the lid on Pandora’s Box.  Finally, we provide three environmental due diligence “musts” for assessing sites in Michigan.

If you would like to see some of what we covered at this seminar, follow this link to view the PowerPoint Presentation.  If you know of anyone that is conducting environmental site assessments in Michigan, please share this important information with them.

Do you need more information?  Contact Jeffrey Bolin (jbolin@dragun.com) at 248-932-0228.

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