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NJ Case Addresses State's Innocent Landowner Defense
Recent Decision Emphasizes Importance of Environmental Due Diligence General partners held individually liable due to failure to perform proper environmental due diligence prior to acquisition of property in New Jersey. by Douglas Eilender,… READ MORE >
  |   04.20.2016
Guidance on ASTM's REC-HREC-CREC Definitions
ASTM last updated the Phase I ESA E 1527-13 in 2013, yet questions remain about how environmental professionals should be applying the new suite of REC definitions in practice. In response to client… READ MORE >
  |   04.18.2016
Why is Vapor Such a Hot Topic?
EDR Insight hosted a webinar this week titled Seven Things Informed Lenders Should Know About Environmental Due Diligence. Grady Shields, an attorney with Wyrick Robbins Yates and Ponton delivered a comprehensive look at… READ MORE >
  |   04.14.2016
EDR Updates Reports in Response to EPA Database Changes
Last summer, we told you about EPA’s plans to make changes to the way it stores data as part of the Superfund program. Specifically, EPA announced that it would be retiring CERCLIS, the… READ MORE >
  |   03.21.2016
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DUE DILIGENCE BENCHMARK SURVEY: PRICING
What is the average fee your firm charges for a basic Phase I ESA (AAI-compliant scope with no non-scope issues)? What is the average fee your firm charges for a basic Phase I… READ MORE >
  |   05.19.2016
NJ Case Addresses State's Innocent Landowner Defense
Recent Decision Emphasizes Importance of Environmental Due Diligence General partners held individually liable due to failure to perform proper environmental due diligence prior to acquisition of property in New Jersey. by Douglas Eilender,… READ MORE >
  |   04.20.2016
Guidance on ASTM's REC-HREC-CREC Definitions
ASTM last updated the Phase I ESA E 1527-13 in 2013, yet questions remain about how environmental professionals should be applying the new suite of REC definitions in practice. In response to client… READ MORE >
  |   04.18.2016
Why is Vapor Such a Hot Topic?
EDR Insight hosted a webinar this week titled Seven Things Informed Lenders Should Know About Environmental Due Diligence. Grady Shields, an attorney with Wyrick Robbins Yates and Ponton delivered a comprehensive look at… READ MORE >
  |   04.14.2016
EDR Updates Reports in Response to EPA Database Changes
Last summer, we told you about EPA’s plans to make changes to the way it stores data as part of the Superfund program. Specifically, EPA announced that it would be retiring CERCLIS, the… READ MORE >
  |   03.21.2016
One Environmental Professional’s Take on ASTM’s Revised Vapor Encroachment Screening Standard
In December 2015, ASTM Subcommittee E50.02 (Real Estate Assessment and Management) approved revisions to the Standard Guide E2600 for Vapor Encroachment Screening on Property Involved in Real Estate Transactions. The new E2600-15 Standard READ MORE >
  |   03.09.2016
Five Common Environmental Due Diligence Mistakes to Avoid
NOTE TO READERS: This article originally appeared in the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Jan 20 – Feb 2, 2016 edition. It was jointly authored by Attorney David P. Steinberger, Partner, environmental and… READ MORE >
  |   02.23.2016
Denver Due Diligence at Dusk
Our annual DDD series gather together environmental consultants and engineers to explore the latest trends, technical challenges and business opportunities in the industry. During this season’s program, our speakers will educate attendees on… READ MORE >
  |   02.16.2016
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DUE DILIGENCE BENCHMARK SURVEY: FILE REVIEWS
How are EPs handling incomplete data in their reports? Are EPs’ clients asking for addendums if information is received after report delivery? Are firms charging added fees for regulatory records reviews? How long… READ MORE >
  |   02.08.2016