Spill Containment and the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

May 29, 2019

Environmental Enlightenment #311

Proper spill containment in the storage of hazardous substances reduces environmental liability. In conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments on commercial or industrial real estate, our eyes are tuned to telltale signs of poor containment of hazardous substances. A small investment can go long way to establishing higher worth for the property.

 

In this article, we borrowed ideas freely from Interstate Products, Inc. You can go to http://www.interstateproducts.com for more information.

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