Managing PRP Group Funds – Aligning Operations with Customer Requirements (Part 1)

The 1980 Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA or ‘Superfund’) was enacted to address the most polluted properties in the United States. It forced the polluters or their successors (Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs)) to manage and pay for the remedial activities. Some projects have hundreds of PRPs and cost hundreds of millions of dollars to cleanup. Typically, the PRPs form a group (Group) to manage the process, including collecting funds and establishing a trust to pay for the ...

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Preparing for a Profitable Exit during All Phases of a Deal: a Case Study


By: Amy Bauer

Client Description

The Client: a private equity firm that focuses on making investments in lower middle-market growth companies with enterprise values of $30MM to $125MM across a variety of industry sectors including value-added distribution, specialized light manufacturing, and business and industrial services.

Project Objective

The initial goal of the project was to assist the client with environmental due diligence in their acquisition of a leading provider of eyewear and eye care accessory products and supplies in the United States and Europe. ...

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Expanding Our Roots


By: Kenny Ogilvie

As we knock on the door of the spring season, EHS Support is proud to welcome you to our blog. Here’s where you’ll find your only source for important industry related environmental management information, insight to innovative approaches to projects and challenges, and an inside look at our staff and the EHS Support culture. From explorations of our unique virtual communications model to interviews with our Technical Experts (yes, we have some wildly interesting people running around here!) ...

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