15 November 2014

Written by Stephen R. Henshaw, President & CEO, EnviroForensics As seen in the November 2014 issue of Cleaner & Launderer PDF Version “How clean is clean”, has been a phrase that has been debated for decades.  It is used in reference to determining the degree to which a site that is...

14 March 2014

For the second time in 5 years, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ (WDNR) Dry Cleaner Environmental Response Fund (DERF) has run out of funds necessary to keep pace with claims from dry cleaners dealing with perc cleanups. In the meantime, the WDNR has expressed no intention to slow down...

01 January 2010

Written by Steve Henshaw, President & CEO, EnviroForensics in collaboration with Justin Gifford, General Counsel, EnviroForensics As seen in the January 2010 issue of Western Cleaner & Launderer PDF Version Opening up Google, a newspaper, turning on the radio or catching the evening news is sure to expose you to...

02 January 2009

Today’s Environmental Compliance Costs: Insurance Archeology for the Laundry Industry Written by David A. O’Neill, J.D., Director of Investigations, PolicyFind Published in Laundry Today Jan 2009 PDF Version An increasing number of laundries are striving to heighten their ‘green consciousness.’ Many go above and beyond what is necessary for them...

14 July 2003

Contaminated dry-cleaning properties keep firm busy Written By Scott Olson As Seen in the July 14-20, 2003, Vol. 24, No. 18,  issue of the Indianapolis Business Journal. PDF Version Dry cleaner Denver Cain provided a blunt assessment about the pickle he’d be in if he were left to finance a...