Written by Richard J. King , Jennifer Fairfax , Evan Barz and Shelby Empey, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are increasingly of interest to environmental regulators — in Canada, and...Read More
Written by Preetika Preetika, Staff Writer and John Nicholson, M.Sc., P.Eng., Editor The search for effective solutions to remediate contaminated groundwater, especially groundwater impacted by emerging contaminants, has fueled...Read More
Domenic Cosentino and Company Limited was recently convicted of two violations under the Ontario Environmental Protection Act (EPA), fined $70,000 plus a victim fine surcharge (VFS) of $17,500 and given one month to pay the...Read More
Written by Greg Basky, Canadian Light Source Imagine an abandoned mine site, surrounded by dead trees and dotted with dark, red ponds with no signs of aquatic life. This is the result of mine waste left in the environment that...Read More
This is NOT a drill! EPA is going to require billions of dollars of PFAS remediation in many places, including at already “closed” Brownfield sites.
Written by Jeffrey R. Porter, Mintz Law Yesterday, I spoke with Sarah Mattalian, an Inside EPA reporter writing a story about the suggestion by an EPA official that EPA might require additional PFAS investigations and...Read More