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Mar
30
2018
Nature’s Stormwater Solution is all around you

Rain is important. It keeps our landscape fresh, green and healthy. But in urban areas, where the green landscape has been replaced by concrete, pavement, and buildings, the rainwater has ...


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Mar
20
2018
Some EPA Settlement Expenses Now Deductible

The recent passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will reduce the corporate tax rate, but what may matter more to companies in highly regulated industries is how one ...


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Feb
25
2018
Why an Environmental Audit is like your Annual Check-Up

  If environmental liabilities were diseases, environmental compliance companies like T-Environmental would be the doctors. That makes your business the body. The only way to keep your body healthy is ...


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Feb
15
2018
ESA Requirements for Construction: Avoid costly delays and fines

  Before beginning any construction project, you must consider the potential impact of your activities on species listed as threatened or endangered on the Endangered Species Act (ESA). ESA Requirements for Construction ...


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Jan
30
2018
EPA Directive Promises More Transparency and Openness During Settlement Process

An EPA directive designed to limit the agency's practice of “sue-and-settle” has been signed by the director Scott Pruitt. The once-widespread EPA practice has been credited with multiplying regulations and ...


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Jan
18
2018
Clean Water Act Violations Cost Biodiesel Company Over $30k

Despite their dedication to finding a better energy source that doesn’t harm the environment, biodiesel company SeQuential isn’t catching any breaks from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The California ...


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Nov
05
2017
Despite More Gas Station Generators, Gas Outages Abound During Irma

Though there are more gas station generators in the state of Florida than in years past, gas outages were still widespread in the wake of Hurricane Irma earlier this year. ...


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Oct
15
2017
The Risks of Selling Contaminated Property to Avoid Cleanup

In case you needed a reminder of the dangers of selling contaminated property, a Des Moines federal judge recently ordered two tire companies (both subsidiaries of a larger company) to ...


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Sep
25
2017
Wastewater Rules: Something’s Fishy in Samoa

Starkist Co, one of the major US tuna canners, has been violating several wastewater rules at its facility in American Samoa, according the US Department of Justice. Owned by a ...


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Sep
15
2017
Yes, it’s Possible: Cost-Effective Environmental Compliance

“Cost-effective environmental compliance” may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s exactly what we do here at T-Environmental. As a follow up to our blog “Mastering EPA Compliance with a ...


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