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  • Environmental Liabilities and Simulation

    Environmental costs are incurred by organizations in response to requirements of federal statutes (e.g., Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Oil Pollution Act) or state and local laws, and may be incurred either voluntarily or as part of a program to comply with these statutes and laws.  Examples of environmental costs include compliance programs, fines, penalties, legal fees, new pollution ...


    By Oracle

  • Rapid phase ii site investigation for a former petrol filling station

    Client: Argyll Environmental Ltd Location: Oxford, UK Services: Contaminated Land Site Investigation, Human Health Risk Assessment, Controlled Waters Risk Assessment, Strategic Advice on Brownfield Land Divestment, Contaminated Land Risk Assessment, Due Diligence, Rapid Site Investigation Summary: ESI provides rapid site ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • Concerns Related to Environmental Hazards

    Environmental site assessment assists the commercial developers to know any existing or the potential environmental Hazards or the liabilities seen in exact property. Well every commercial developer needs guarantee that their money is well invested. It works only through environmental monitoring assessment report that generally looks at physical improvements which need to be doe and underling ...


    By Soldata Limited

  • Environmental Sensors in Waste Management

    Issue: As part of an increasing sentiment among European consumers that environmental protection is important, concern about the impact of landfill is growing. Sensor technology makes it possible to measure and control inputs to landfill sites and pollutants arising from them. However, the exploitation - or uptake - of such technology has been lower than expected in the waste management sector. ...


  • Defects in the Environmental Liability Directive

    After much deliberation, the European Union enacted a directive on Environmental Liability, 2004/35/EC. The April 30, 2007 date for national transposition and the effectiveness of the law has passed. Its requirements are now in force, but how effective will they be? One key element of the Directive is the requirment that operators notify authorities when their actions cause (Article  6) or ...


  • Environmental Strategist Certification

    Environmental Strategist Certification: www.estrategist.com For business professionals (insurance agents, attorneys, bankers, accountants, realtors, environmental engineers, business owners, CEO’s, CFO’s and risk managers) interested in leveraging their business model in today’s sustainable business environment, ...

  • Four-year review of a hydrogeological risk assessment for an active landfill

    Client: Waste Management Industry Location: Cambridgeshire, UK Services: Hydrogeological Risk Assessment, compilation and assessment of monitoring data Issues: Potential risk to groundwater, trigger level compliance Summary: ESI undertook the 4-yearly Hydrogeological Risk Assessment review for the ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • CLARA risk screening tool for local authorities; part IIA prioritisation

    Client: Conestoga Rovers & Associates Services: Scientific software development, data management, prioritisation service Summary: ESI was commissioned to develop a commercial version of CLARA compatible with ArcView 8.1 and to provide up to 5 years of customer support to local authorities.      ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • Coordinating ecological risk assessment with natural resource damage assessment: A panel discussion

    Contaminated sites in the U.S. undergo remediation and restoration through regulatory programs that lead the two processes through independent but often parallel pathways with different objectives. The objective of remediation is to reduce risk to human health and the environment, whereas that of restoration is to restore injured resources and compensate the public for lost use of the services ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Proactive logistics risk management – a system dynamics modelling approach

    The relationships among organisations, suppliers as well as customers have resulted in complex logistics networks and have led to an increased set of risks that need to be managed in multi-site, multi-partner projects. In this article, a framework is built which incorporates both scientific and industrial feedback gathered. A system dynamics approach is utilised which simulates several risks ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Soil Attenuation Model for Derivation of Risk-Based Soil Remediation Standards

    Untitled Document Overview of Soil Attenuation Model (SAM) Under a risk-based corrective action (RBCA) process, soils and groundwater impacted by a chemical release are ...


  • Guidelines for Use of Groundwater Spreadsheet Models in Risk-Based Corrective Action Design

    For use in risk-based corrective action design, simple analytical spreadsheet models can provide a cost-effective means of predicting groundwater plume migration and developing site-specific remediation standards. Such models are therefore commonly recommended as a conservative first step in the corrective action planning process, prior to use of more complex numerical modeling methods. However, ...


  • The Pakistan Environmental Debacle

    These are prosperous times for Pakistan. After 60 years of independence, we as Pakistanis have achieved a lot: a burgeoning economy, a defense force to be reckoned with, a free liberal press, and superb institutions of higher education, we definitely deserve a pat on the back. But we have our shortcomings, what nation does not. Industrialization, urbanization and escalating buying power of the ...


  • Environmental enforcement trends in brazil

    Environmental enforcement trends in brazil Brazil does not have a strong reputation for the enforcement of its laws. Lesley K. McAllister stated that “The paradox of environmental enforcement in Brazil is that environmental laws are strong but environmental agencies are weak.” (McAllister paraphrasing Aragão and Bunker, 1998, in Making Law Matter: Environmental Protection & ...

  • Integrated fuzzy-stochastic risk assessment for contaminated groundwater systems

    This study advances an integrated fuzzy-stochastic risk assessment (IFSRA) approach for the management of contaminated groundwater systems by systematically quantifying multiple uncertainties associated with site conditions and health impact criteria. The approach is based on fuzzy multi-attribute decision analysis, factorial designs, numerical modelling, and Monte Carlo simulation. The developed ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Hazardous wastes and economic risk reduction: case study, Poland

    A concise summary balance of industrial and hazardous waste is given, reflecting the situation in Poland. Nearly 130 million tonnes of waste were generated annually in the past in more than 1300 larger industrial plants. Approximately 1800 million tonnes of industrial waste is already stockpiled. The amount of hazardous waste generated per year was 0.3 and 1.0 million tonnes of the first and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Risk Assessment/Toxicology Promotes Health and Welfare of Humans and Ecosystems

    Hundreds of regulations protecting the health and welfare of humans and ecosystems impact industrial and legal firms every day. Commonly, these regulations are associated with protecting human health and the environment from risks associated with site cleanup and closure or remediation projects. Other major health risk regulations are derived from Natural Resources Damage Assessment (NRDA), ...


    By AECOM

  • The Challenge Of Strengthening Environmental Entrepreneurship

    This is the first installment of a five-part blog series on scaling environmental entrepreneurship in emerging markets. In forthcoming posts, experts in the field will provide insights on how business accelerators, technical assistance providers, investors, and the philanthropic community can work with developing market entrepreneurs to increase their ...

  • Environmental forensics: courting science?

    Forensics and hydrology are two terms that may not seem to go together well. To the uninitiated, this combination may evoke images of the crime scene investigation that ensues when some patsy goes into the drink wearing cement overshoes. Rather, the term environmental forensics, essentially the parent discipline of forensic hydrology, has found its way into contemporary parlance owing to ...


    By Hargis + Associates Inc

  • Beliefs, Politics, and Environmental Policy

    Introduction Many of us who work on environmental issues have faced the challenge of conveying their importance to nonspecialists. Perhaps we have found ourselves defending the robustness of climate science to a contrarian uncle, or extolling the importance of biodiversity to a dubious aunt. Our relations and friends are often educated people, skilled in their own professions, who have ...


    By Oxford Journals

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