CSAR » Topics » We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

These excerpts taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Mar 13, 2009.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time, we have and may continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we previously owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and remediation costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies,

 

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discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

We are subject to many environmental laws
and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

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Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal,
state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are
complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time, we have and may
continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we
previously owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not
believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and remediation costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition,
future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies,

 


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discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain
products or business activities.

 

These excerpts taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Mar 14, 2008.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time, we have and may continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we previously owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and remediation costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies, discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

We are subject to many environmental laws
and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

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Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal,
state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are
complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time, we have and may
continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we
previously owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not
believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and remediation costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition,
future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies,
discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

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This excerpt taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Mar 16, 2007.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in

 

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applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time, we have and may continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we previously owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and remediation costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies, discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

This excerpt taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Mar 16, 2006.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time we have and may continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we have ever owned, operated or used as a disposal site. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We maintain and generate hazardous substances at some facilities, and although we do not believe that any related liabilities or remedial costs will be material, we cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and response costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such

 

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future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies, discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

This excerpt taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Mar 15, 2005.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances. These regulations are complex, and our compliance with them can be affected by a myriad of factors, including rates of production, changes in applicable standards or interpretations, human error, equipment malfunction and other factors. From time to time we have and may continue to find that we have inadvertently failed to meet specific regulations or standards despite our efforts to comply with them. Under environmental laws, we also can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we have ever owned, operated or used as a disposal site. We are aware of issues regarding hazardous substances at some facilities. Despite our compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and response costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies, discoveries of past releases, failure of indemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

This excerpt taken from the CSAR 10-K filed Jan 14, 2005.

We are subject to many environmental laws and regulations that require significant expenditures for compliance and remediation efforts, and changes in the law could increase those expenses and adversely affect our operations.

 

Compliance with the environmental requirements of international, federal, state and local governments significantly affects our business. Among other things, these requirements regulate the discharge of materials into the water, air and land and govern the use and disposal of hazardous substances and of our solid waste landfills. Under environmental laws, we can be held strictly liable if hazardous substances are found on real property we have ever owned, operated or used as a disposal site. In recent years, we have adopted a policy of assessing real property for environmental risks prior to purchase. We are aware of issues regarding hazardous substances at some facilities, and at times we have initiated response actions or obtained indemnities from certain predecessor owners. We regularly make capital and operating expenditures to stay in compliance with environmental laws. Despite these compliance efforts, risk of environmental liability is part of the nature of our business. We cannot give assurance that environmental liabilities, including compliance and response costs, will not have a material adverse effect on our business. In addition, future events may lead to additional compliance or other costs that could have a material adverse effect on our business. Such future events could include changes in, or new interpretations of, existing laws, regulations or enforcement policies, discoveries of past releases, failure of idemnitors to fulfill their obligations, or further investigation of the potential health hazards of certain products or business activities.

 

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