The burden of environmental compliance has grown significantly over the last few decades and with that growth has come a substantial rise in the cost to comply. There is also pressure to maintain compliance while adhering to strict - and often tightening - budgets. With these competing obligations, there is little room for error in either area. The result? An EHS department can be caught in a delicate balance of cost and compliance.
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