ASTM E1527 Revisions Put to Vote
For the first time since EPA issued its All Appropriate Inquiries rule, the ASTM E1527 Phase I ESA Standard is being revised. A ballot version including potential changes was opened up to vote… READ MORE >
  |   09.28.2012
CBRE's Forecast in "An Inconvenient World"
Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting well-known commercial real estate economist, Ray Torto, CBRE’s Global Chief Economist when he was in Boston to speak at a NEWiRE luncheon I attended. His… READ MORE >
  |   09.27.2012
Dry Cleaner Liable Under CERCLA and Headed to Trial on RCRA
Posted by William Wagner Partner at Taft Stettinius and Hollister LLP EDR Insight often receives questions from risk managers at financial institutions looking for examples of cases in which property contamination impacted a… READ MORE >
  |   09.26.2012
A Tale of Two SBA Programs
With the third quarter of 2012 about to close, two key programs of the U.S. Small Business Administration—the 7(a) and the 504 refi programs—are headed down dramatically different paths. Both are important drivers… READ MORE >
  |   09.24.2012
LA Times Features Sanborn Maps
LA Times Features Sanborn Maps Maps are cool. Old ones. New ones. Hard-copy ones. Electronic ones. We all rely on maps every day. To find a business, visit a client, get to a… READ MORE >
  |   09.24.2012
Washington State Attacks Soil Contamination
The cleanup after the nation’s infamous smelting operations continues. This time it’s King and Pierce Counties in Washington state dealing with another ASARCO site, according to this report. The smelter in Tacoma, Wash.… READ MORE >
  |   09.24.2012
Lead and Arsenic Spoil SC Soil
The Edisto Court community in South Columbia, S.C., is grappling with soil contamination, according to this report. The Environmental Protection Agency found lead and arsenic contamination ranging from nine to 39 times higher… READ MORE >
  |   09.14.2012
What Does the Election Mean to the Market?
One of the themes that emerged in our latest EDR Insight quarterly survey of environmental professionals is that many of you are concerned about the impact that the Presidential election will have on… READ MORE >
  |   09.13.2012
NYC Landmark Report on Building Energy Use Highlights Areas of Opportunity
In early August, New York City released its first benchmarking report on Local Law 84 (LL84), which requires all privately-owned properties with individual buildings over 50,000 square feet (or with multiple buildings with… READ MORE >
  |   09.12.2012
Green Building Sparks Battle for the Built Environment
AUTHOR: William Pentland of Clean Beta EDR Insight is pleased to bring you this insightful blog by William Pentland of Clean Beta. In it, Pentland details why there might be more to the READ MORE >
  |   09.12.2012