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All Appropriate Inquiry and ASTM E1527-13

Janet Annan provides a quick refresher on the what, why, and how of the All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI)

All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) is the process of evaluating the previous uses and ownership of a property in order to identify potential environmental impact and assess potential liability for any contamination present at the property. The EPA established the AAI Rule to define the scope of the inquiry required to enable certain landowners avoid liability for clean-up under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).

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