Regulations Coming to the Massachusetts Contingency Plan

Massachusetts Amended Clean-Up Regulations Help Promote Brownfield Redevelopemnt Projects

As noted in a recent Boston Globe editorial, amendments to the Massachusetts clean up regulations may help promote redevelopment of Brownfield sites.  The Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) amendments which are intended to “enhance program efficiency while maintaining a high standard of environmental protection” may be published as soon as the end of April 2014 in the Massachusetts Register.  Also included will be Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s effective dates for the various provisions.  Click on the Boston Globe logo below to read the full article.




Roux Associates’ experts and team of Massachusetts LSP’s have been providing environmental services at Brownfield sites at urban, suburban, rural commercial and industrial properties in Massachusetts and across the United States for over 30 years.  If you would like more information or are interested in a tailored technical brownbag presentation to help you and your organization understand how the amendments to the MCP may affect your projects call: 781.569.4000 and ask for Mitch.


Billions From Anadarko Settlement Come After Decades of Contamination

An article posted by the Wall Street Journal, April 7, 2014, Billions From Anadarko Settlement Come After Decades of Contamination discusses the matter that involved an alleged fraudulent conveyance case in which Roux Associates’ client (Tronox) was seeking damages from its former corporate owner (Kerr-McGee, a portion which was than acquired by Anadarko) that would be used in part for the assessment and cleanup of about 3,000 sites across the U.S.  See the full article below:


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