Phase 1 Site Assessment Checklist For Real Estate

There’s no surprise worse than discovering the property you just purchased is contaminated with some sort of hazardous waste. Conducting a Phase I site assessment can help warn you of unpleasant and potentially very costly problems before you purchase commercial real estate, protect you as the property owner and mitigate your liability when you’re ready… Read More

How To Increase Fuel Efficiency With A Fuel Management System

With the cost of fuel products climbing again, who wouldn’t want to get the most out of every drop? Certainly anyone who operates or manages fuel supplies understands painfully well the economic impacts of fuel costs. For most operations, instituting an automated fuel management systemopens the door to numerous opportunities to improve fuel efficiency. Even seemingly… Read More

Marcellus Shale: Governor Cuomo its Time to Approve!!

The Marcellus Shale is in the news again as NY State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his support for natural gas drilling in upstate Counties subject to local approvals by municipalities (NY Times June 13, 2012). The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) released a document calledRevised Draft SGEIS on the Oil, Gas and Solution Mining… Read More

How To Cut Fuel Losses With A Fuel Management System

Keeping track of your fuel assets is nothing short of critical. If you’re like most operations, fuel costs represent your single-highest expense other than payroll, and fuel costs are skyrocketing again. A fuel management system can help you make every dollar count, by helping you regain control over your fuel assets. Automation is the key. With the… Read More

Phase 1 Site Assessment: What to Consider Before Buying Real Estate in New York

If you’re considering purchasing real property, caveat emptor. A Phase 1 site assessment can help protect you. The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 2002 “Brownfields Amendments” significantly changed landowner liability with regard to real property transactions. The “innocent landowner defense” protects from liability owners that can show they had no reason to believe their property… Read More