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Environmental Exposures and Contractor’s Pollution Liability

Photo of a factory at sunset over a body of waterContractors who perform a service under a contract for a third party almost always have environmental exposure. They purchase environmental liability coverage to satisfy the terms of the contract but don’t always understand the extent of their environmental exposure. For example, pollutants are not just limited to hazardous materials and petroleum products. Anything that is present in a large enough concentration in the wrong place can be considered a pollutant

In Construction Executive, our experts John Wasilchuk, Account Executive and Environmental Specialist, and Matthew Pateidl, Vice President and Senior Environmental Risk Specialist, explain Contractor’s Pollution Liability (CPL) policies and what contractors should consider. 

    
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