Superior was awarded a wetlands and river boundary restoration project in Michigan.
On December 29, 2014, Governor Snyder signed a law (SB 791) that reestablished a state fund to assist owners and operators with leaking underground storage tank cleanup costs in Michigan. This bill permanently dedicates $20 million (per year) from the 7/8 of a cent-per-gallon fee to its original purpose, petroleum related cleanup work!
Although this is very good news, there are many details yet to be developed; such as how the fund will operate and how claims will be processed. So what do we know so far…
Superior announces our UST Operator Program providing certified Class A and Class B Operators in your region ensuring compliance with this newly enacted regulation.
The EPA selected Superior Environmental Corp to perform cleanup at the former Velsicol Chemical Corp Superfund site in St. Louis, Michigan.
Historically, environmental cleanups have been expensive, time consuming, and disruptive to business owners. Cleanup for some types of wastes can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars per ton, take years or decades to complete, inconvenience business owners, and keep property sales transactions from taking place. Due to recent advancements of in-situ (in-place remediation) technology, there is a new alternative available.