In an effort to divert this resource from landfills, novel approaches have been developed to remediate
, recycle, or reuse CCA-treated wood (Kamdem and Munson 1996, Stephan et al.
But we can't remediate
when there is nothing to remediate
We found some gaps in existing documentation and some control deficiencies, but, because we got started early, we were able to remediate
the deficiencies and retest the controls," Edmonds recounts.
Because the perceived need to remediate
is subjective, an increased mold-level reading may spur people to remediate
--perhaps out of mold hysteria--regardless of whether the mold may be harmful.
AFS had the work translated and offers it as a textbook to clarify the difficult, often ambiguous, effort to identify and remediate
Novel approaches to remediate
, recycle, or reuse this material are being developed [3,9-11,15-17].
That changes the entire equation if you could get an $80 million check and not build the school versus $100 million to finish it and remediate
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In order to preserve their right to seek contribution from other PRPs under CERCLA, private parties may be apt to wait for government to either (1) compel a cleanup of the site or (2) remediate
the site and sue to recover its response costs.
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In addition, respondents familiar with mold-related incidents in commercial real estate transactions said it takes an average of $11 million to remediate