GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES

BY COUNTRY

Environmental Liabilities are remaining costs to clean up contaminated property.

What is this project?
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WHAT ARE WE DOING?
In 2013, ENFOS, Inc. began The Global Environmental Liability Research Project in an effort to quantify the financial impact of total global environmental liabilities associated with soil and groundwater assessment, remediation, and monitoring. We are approaching the issue from multiple angles and pledge transparency in terms of our approach and methodology. We welcome comment, scrutiny and contribution from the environmental and financial communities at large.
WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
We have undertaken this project because total global environmental liability defines the problem that ENFOS was created to address. This is the market we serve. We firmly believe that you can’t manage what you can’t measure and environmental liabilities are big worldwide issues that deserve to be measured and managed. Companies should be celebrated for transparency in their reporting of environmental liabilities and performing properly managed remediation work using sound science.
Read the Global Environmental Liability Research Project Open Letter

AN ENTERPRISE CLOUD APPLICATION TO
MANAGE ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PORTFOLIOS

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FORGE TEAM AND SUPPLIER CONNECTIONS

Keep the entire work process connected and accessible in real-time, anywhere with an internet browser.

SIMPLIFICATION OF COMPLEX SERVICES

AUTOMATE
REPORTING

Automate and streamline transactions, reporting, supplier management, and business mechanisms.

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

UTILIZE BUILT-UP
KNOWLEDGE

Harness the value of information from all past, current and future projects.

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

REDEFINE
PERFORMANCE

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