Certified Environmentally Responsible Contractors
Becoming a certified environmentally responsible contractor has two parts:
- Implementing key Pollution Prevention Practices to protect your business and project owners.
- Confirming that you have the insurance coverage in place should an environmental event happen.
Use our online tools to evaluate where you are today and what needs to be done to get Certified.
Pollution Prevention Practices
Pollution Prevention Practices were introduced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to prevent the release of toxic and hazardous pollutants to surface waters. Incorporating Pollution Prevention Practices into the daily culture of workers promotes pollution prevention, which in turn helps minimize the risk for a spill or release of hazardous materials to the environment.
Environmental Insurance Coverage
Pollution incidents are costly. When you factor in cleanup and remediation costs, project delays, business interruption costs, legal costs, and reputation damage this fact becomes all the more obvious. Insurance provides coverage for and evidence of the ability to pay for cleanups and third-party damages associated with a release.