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What is an Environmental Transaction Screen?

May 10, 2022

An Environmental Transaction Screen may be utilized to meet due diligence needs in certain instances in place of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) or a Records Search with Risk Assessment (RSRA). A Transaction Screen is a more thorough environmental evaluation than a RSRA; however, similar to a RSRA, a Transaction Screen is not

Redeveloping Vacant Gas Stations

May 2, 2022

Gas stations were once an important fixture of major intersections, thoroughfares, and rural communities across the United States. Over the past few decades, however, the number of stations has steadily been declining, in part because of decreasing gasoline profit margins and stricter environmental regulations. There was also a need historically for more gas stations as

Our View on Sustainability

April 22, 2022

Envirologic’s vision is to be a sustainability model through our efforts at our headquarters and the work we do on project sites across the country. We view sustainability as common-sense practices that lessen our environmental impact and promote a better quality of life, while supporting business success. Company owners Jeff Hawkins and David Warwick have always

Understanding the Impacts of High Water Levels on Your Facility

April 19, 2022

The purpose of a High Water Level Vulnerability Analysis (VA) is to identify potential impacts to a facility resulting from high water in the Great Lakes Basin. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) monitors and forecasts water levels of the Great Lakes Basin, which encompasses the Great Lakes, the surrounding states, and Ontario,

Understanding the Potential for Residual Pesticides

April 13, 2022

Fruit orchards and vineyards are common throughout West Michigan. In fact, Michigan s fruit belt spans much of the western side of the state, stretching from the southern border to the Traverse City area. This entire region provides prime growing conditions since Lake Michigan protects the fruit trees and vines from harsh temperature changes through

Envirologic’s Spring Newsletter

April 7, 2022

Welcome to Envirologic’s Spring Newsletter, packed with interesting and educational articles and updates sure to satisfy your need for knowledge, information about our team and overviews of our exciting projects. I am particularly delighted to welcome Hailey Cantrell to our Due Diligence Group and Logan Mulholland to our Brownfield Services Group. If you have a

Assessing Property During Acquisition

April 6, 2022

When a prospective buyer is purchasing a property or an existing owner is managing their assets, understanding the property’s past use history and existing environmental conditions is critical as they may represent potential liability. Under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), regulators can fine property owners and require removal of hazardous materials

Celebrating All Women

March 29, 2022

Because of societal “norms,” men tended to be recognized and provided the opportunity to “make” history more than women. My mom was a perfect example of this, as my dad was a prominent doctor in our town while she raised our family and ran the household. I am not taking anything away from my dad’s

Once in a lifetime investment in brownfields

The Infrastructure Law is Investing $1.5 Billion in Brownfield Revitalization

March 23, 2022

In December 2021, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law would provide $1.5 billion in funding through their Brownfields Program. This funding will bring direct grants and technical assistance to communities, states, tribes, and nonprofits to assess and clean up contaminated land through a competitive application process. The EPA provides

Women's History Month, Celebrating Women in Science & Engineering

Celebrating Women in Science & Engineering

March 21, 2022

Women have always made an impact in the sciences, but we haven’t always celebrated their important discoveries, contributions, and accomplishments. During Women’s History Month, Envirologic would like to spotlight a few you may not know who have impacted the environmental and earth sciences. Ellen Swallow Richards, born in 1842, was trained as a chemist and the

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