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Pollution Liability Insurance



As a developer of Minimum Standards for airports, the amount of pollution liability insurance should be commensurate with the exposure.  One should look at the single largest event possible (loss of the largest refueling vehicle, largest fuel storage tank, largest inventory of oils and lubricants, etc.) and estimate the associated clean up costs.  Besides the size of the pollution, the proximity to areas that could be contaminated and physical and non-physical barriers to control the release should be taken into account.


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Date: Wed, 25 May 2011 11:14:30 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: CAA: Mutual Help List,  Pollution Liability Insurance
  
Dear friends & colleagues, I have a question... Do any of you have a requirement for your tenants, particularly business tenants, like FBOs, Maintenance, etc. to carry Pollution Liability Insurance? If so, how do you determine how much coverage they need to carry?

Thank you
Scotty
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