Getting Help With Cleanup Costs

National Clothesline, October 2003

Steve Henshaw, President and CEO of EnviroForensics and Policy Find

The bad news knocked Denver Cain for the proverbial loop. He only wanted to sell his drycleaning business in Indianapolis — The Washboard Laundry and Drycleaning — and retire in peace.  Instead, he was surprised to discover that his property was contaminated with perc. Cain’s financial future looked dismal at best. The property’s value was estimated to be worth $300,000, but cleanup costs were projected to be between $500,000 and $750,000.  “I spent quite a bit of money with a law firm,” Cain recalled. “I was getting nowhere.” Continue reading “Getting Help With Cleanup Costs”