Insurance for Environmental Contractors

Keep environmental contractor clients in business with coverage with designed to meet the unique needs of this specialized industry.

Cleaning up environmental waste and working directly with hazardous materials is inherently dangerous, and many risks are involved. This industry requires specialized personnel and equipment. As environmental awareness and regulations are on the rise, more and more companies are turning to environmental contractors for advice and assistance. Ensure your clients aren't wiped clean by a costly lawsuit or claim with proper coverage.

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Environmental Contractors Insurance Categories

Industries which should consider Environmental Contractor insurance include (but are not limited to):

  • Asbestos abatement
  • Environmental consulting  
  • Wastewater treatment plant operations/maintenance
  • Air monitoring
  • Regulatory compliance/permitting services
  • Mold Inspection and abatement
  • Soil/groundwater remediation
  • Lead abatement
  • Storage tank contractors
  • Emergency response
  • Analytical laboratories
  • Fire & water restoration
  • Industrial cleaning
  • Biosolid application
  • Environmental drilling/sampling
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What does Environmental Contractors Insurance cover?

Environmental Contractors Insurance may include (but is not limited to) the following:

  • Contractors Pollution Liability (CPL): CPL covers contractors in the event of accidents, negligence, equipment failure, etc., in the event that these actions cause property damage or bodily injury to a third party. It will provide coverage for medical costs, restoration of property due to damages, and legal defense fees. 
  • Errors & Omissions Liability: Protection for environmental contractors in the event they commit a mistake in the process of providing their services.
  • Site/Premises Pollution Liability: Covers claims arising from pollution releases at, on, or emanating from a specific location. Will cover the owner of the site from clean-up costs for the actual site and any other land, water or natural resources affected, bodily injury claims from third parties, business interruption, and more.