What is a pollutant?

environmental Strategist describes a pollutant as a material, substance or product introduced to an environment for other than its intended use or purpose.

We have examples of fresh water, milk, cheese, fruit juice, beer… all being classified as pollutants. As the link below points you can add Molasses to the list of pollutants.

In today’s transparent business environment, successful businesses balance managing and transferring their environmental exposures to drive their growth and profits. environmental Strategist in conjunction with Environmental Risk Managers (ERMI) has a cornucopia of educational resources to coach you and your client’s on managing and transferring their environmental exposures.

Matson settles Hawaii’s claims over molasses spill for $15M