CERCLA

photo
The United States Congress enacted the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), commonly known as Superfund, in 1980. Today, Superfund remains a significant financial exposure to corporations that may have contributed to the disposal of these materials in the past.

At the local level, state agencies regulate environmental concerns that are not addressed under the umbrella of the Federal RCRA and CERCLA programs. It is critical for a consultant to possess a thorough understanding of the local regulatory arena and the clients’ goals in order to create costeffective solutions and avoid potential pitfalls associated with locally enforced environmental regulations.

Our professionals have both the knowledge and understanding to effectively guide clients through this regulatory process. We create cost-effective solutions for site investigation strategies and remedial approaches that meet the requirements of the appropriate regulatory agency.