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Emerging Regulations: Vapor Encroachment and Vapor Intrusion

Vapor Intrusion is an environmental risk that is receiving a great deal of attention in the environmental due diligence community these days.  If you ask a government regulator, the concept is not new; however, in the last few years lenders have started requesting the evaluation of vapor encroachment and vapor intrusions as a part ofRead more

Methane Risks and Resolutions

Methane, a colorless, odorless, flammable “greenhouse” gas is better known as natural gas.  Methane is commonly used for cooking, fueling buses and cars, and is an integral source of energy for industrial processes.  Methane originates from the natural decomposition of organic materials.  When sourced from natural gas reserves below the earth’s surface, methane is theoreticallyRead more

Radon: What You Need To Know

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from deep within the Earth.  Through natural pressure and movement, radon is emitted into the atmosphere. The intrusion of radon into the enclosed structures in which we live, work, and go to school in, allows for extended exposure resulting in the increased incidence of lung cancer.Read more

Making LAX Modern, Safer and Energy Efficient – LAneXt

Andersen Environmental has over seven years of experience providing LAWA facilities, specifically LAX, with environmental consulting and testing services.   For more information on our services visit us at: http://www.andersenenviro.com/transportation-airports.htm By: Jorge Caicedo, Digital Marketing Manager

Andersen Environmental Newsletter, January 2013

Dry-Cleaner Remediation and Regulatory Closure Andersen Environmental Remediation Services Removal of Subsurface Contaminants in a Mixed Commercial/Residential Area As a real estate professional, it is likely that you will encounter a contaminated property at some point in your career. Andersen Environmental would like to present our capabilities and experience to empower you to navigate throughRead more