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October 10, 2012

  Risk Management, Insurance and Claims 
  • Mold remediation in Texas may require $3M cleanup through January
    A quasi-governmental surface-water agency in Waco, Texas, has selected contractors for mold remediation that could cost $3 million and last through January. The authority plans to file a claim with the Texas Municipal League although its policy doesn't cover mold damage. Black mold was found in the walls but not in the air inside the facility, although other types of mold have sickened employees, officials said. Waco Tribune-Herald (Texas) (10/4) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Judge: Developer must pay $5.2M in Ga. stormwater runoff lawsuit
    A judge ruled against a developer in a $5.2 million lawsuit over stormwater runoff that allegedly damaged a neighboring subdivision's lake with sediment in Marietta, Ga. The developer was ordered to correct its stormwater management and pay $1.5 million to the homeowners association that brought the lawsuit, plus attorney fees and awards for individual plaintiffs. The decision cannot be appealed because the defendants were not present in court during the trial, according to this article. The Marietta Daily Journal (Ga.) (10/4) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Laws and Regulations 
  • Calif.'s "green chemistry" needs further study, lawmakers say
    Seventeen lawmakers in California wrote to Gov. Jerry Brown seeking an economic impact study of the state's "green chemistry" law before it is allowed to take effect. A 2011 law requires a more stringent cost-benefit analysis for regulations, wrote Democratic state Sen. Michael Rubio. The lawmakers are asking for more information on the costs and the numbers of businesses and jobs that would be affected. San Francisco Chronicle (10/4) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • EPA seeks new court hearing on cross-state air pollution rule
    The Environmental Protection Agency is petitioning the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit for a new hearing before the full circuit regarding the cross-state air pollution rule. The court found that the EPA went beyond its "jurisdictional limits" with the rule focusing on sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions from coal-burning power plants. The EPA said it was within its authority under the Clean Air Act and that the court's ruling was "inconsistent" with prior decisions. Reuters (10/5) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Do you agree with Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision to delay approval of hydraulic fracturing in New York?
    Yes  68.42%
    No  31.58%
    Not sure  0.00%
  • How significant of a concern is mold/fungi/legionella for your organization?
Not a concern

  Green Construction 
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  Aon News 
  • Alternative project delivery gaining traction in the U.S.
    Alternative project delivery (APD), also known as public-private partnership (P3), is predicted to grow in the upcoming years. Aon Infrastructure Solutions provides an overview of the APD model, examines the state of the market and related challenges. Learn more. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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