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Coal Fired Power Plants: Decommissioning, Remediation and Redevelopment

March 17, 2022

There has been a lot in the news lately regarding how we generate electricity to power our lives. It has become apparent that the energy sector is pivoting away from the reliance on coal for electricity while emphasizing other power sources such as natural gas and wind. Political perspective notwithstanding, many coal-fired power plants have

what building owners need to know about lead

What Building Owners Need to Know about Lead

August 31, 2021

Lead is a naturally occurring, but toxic metal that has been used in paint, ceramics, caulk, pipe solder, and various other products. The U.S. government banned the consumer use of lead-based paint in residential structures in 1978. It’s important to note, any building constructed before 1978 is at risk of containing lead-based paint. With over

Common misconceptions about asbestos

Common Misconceptions About Asbestos

April 6, 2021

It is a well-known fact that asbestos is a carcinogen. If we were on an episode of Family Feud and the question was “Name a substance that causes cancer,” asbestos would certainly be one of the top three answers. In fact, asbestos was one of the first hazardous substances subject to federal regulations; in 1970,

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