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Dirt is Dirt, Right? Issues You Face When Moving Dirt at Construction Sites

This blog post was co-authored by partners Tim Haley and Tammy Helminski. Tim Haley and Tammy Helminski teamed up on an article regarding management of construction soil for the March 2018 EM Magazine, the Magazine for Environmental Managers, published by the Air & Waste Management Association.  The article “Dirt is Dirt – Right?” discusses environmental issues regarding moving dirt at construction sites, whether that construction site be contaminated, marginally contaminated, or clean and general strategies for evaluating risks at those sites.   Read the full article to learn more about:

  • Knowing if your dirt is impacted and understanding the risks at your development site
  • How failing to incorporate lawful handling and disposal requirements into a project can give rise to significant additional and unanticipated costs
  • How identifying and anticipating potential issues in advance can minimize potential environmental liabilities and unanticipated delays


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