Soil, Water and Air Pollution

Overview

A small amount of pollution, either indoors or outdoors, can have a substantial impact on human life and can be costly.

Environmental pollution of soil, groundwater and surface water often leads to property damage as well as penalties for violating federal, state and local laws and regulations. Depending upon the type of pollutant and whether the pollutant is in the soil, water or both, a seemingly small release of hazardous material can easily cost millions of dollars to remove from the environment. Environmental contamination within homes, neighborhoods and workplaces (including indoor air quality issues) can also adversely affect human health and result in litigation.

Regional Practice Leaders

Eastern Region Environmental Division Manager

Marshall E. Krotenberg

M.S., CIH, CSP.

Western Region Environmental Manager

Kieran J. Purcell

P.E., LEED AP

National Environmental Division Manager