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A complex pollution claim can often feel the same way.My colleagues have noted that it is imperative to either have a written statement or record of a loss incident to prevent confusion.newspaper (Melbourne, Australia) carried a report from Washington (USA) entitled ‘Researchers convert sewage into oil’.The report states that researchers from Batelle Laboratories in Richland, Washington State, use no fancy biotechnology or electronics, but the process they have developed takes raw, untreated sewage and converts it to usable oil.The process from sewage to oil takes only a day or two! As the report states, potential economic benefits of this new technology are tremendous, since the process produces more energy than is consumed during normal sewage disposal, and the surplus energy products can be sold at a profit.Bonuses include an 80 percent reduction in waste volumes, and the eradication of poisonous pollutants such as insecticides, herbicides and toxic metals that normally end up in sewage.A well-detailed account of events can support your analysis of a claim and be useful in both a forensic setting and in later cost recovery actions.What if there are multiple hazards occurring at the same property?
Many times, in both a regulatory and legal setting, a responsible party is determined to be a property owner.
History class The timeline and history of a property can be just as important to a claim as the identification of subsurface soil and groundwater impact.
How long has the property been owned by your insured?
Has a chemical release impacted wells supplying a public water system?
On several occasions we have observed chemicals impacting not only environmental media (soils and water), but building materials like friable and non-friable asbestos-containing materials.