Insights: News Steve Berlin Quoted in Law360, "3 Pitfalls To Avoid When Steering A Brownfield Redevelopment"
"'You might find an old tank on your property or something you didn't know about, that happens. But also, it happens that you have plumes or other contaminants that have moved onto your property," Steve Berlin, an environmental law partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, said in an interview.
Berlin, who works regularly on brownfield projects in North Carolina, said one environmental issue that has gained a lot more scrutiny in recent years is vapor intrusion: when hazardous chemicals in soil or groundwater vaporize and then migrate into a building, contaminating the indoor air supply.'"
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