Monitored Natural Attenuation
Natural attenuation is gaining recognition as an alterative remediation technology that can be cost-effective and equally protective of health and the environment as conventional active systems such as pump-and-treat.
Focus on Natural Resource Damages
Natural resource damage (NRD) issues are increasingly addressed in the environmental claim process, but generally are not well understood. Estimating costs for NRD assessment and restoration can be difficult, due to complexities and lack of precedent.
Corporate Governance and Environmental Issues: When Yesterd
One arena in which corporate governance can be a source of potentially significant risk for the parent is environmental litigation (whether for non-compliance or cost recovery), especially as environmental regulators use increasingly creative enforcement
Constructed Wetlands and Phytoremediation
A discussion of using Constructed Wetlands and Phytoremediation in the remediation process. These techniques are gaining acceptance with regulators and have substantial benefits.
When is the parent company liable?
The interaction of common corporate functions and activities with certain environmental laws can potentially impose future environmental obligations on a parent corporation with respect to its subsidiary's operations.
Wetlands Protection Initiative 2003
The Bush Administration ended 2002 with a definitive Action Plan for supporting its "no net loss" policy for our nation's wetlands.
New Jersey Poised To Initiate Aggressive Natural Resource Damage Program
NJDEP's Natural Resource Damage ("NRD") focus will be on groundwater contamination. They will launch a systematic effort to file NRD claims for routine hazardous releases.