The real tension here is that EU principles are increasingly seen as at odds with economic reality and the wishes of a majority of the people. Appeals to solidarity do not sit well with the voters. The dilemma is similar to that of the bail outs. The proposed price for the sale of HAL’s 76.72% stake in GrandVision would be 28 euros per share, the Dutch company said. That represents a premium of about 22% to GrandVision’s close of 22.9 euros per share on Wednesday.”No agreement has yet been reached and no assurance can be provided that these discussions will lead to such an agreement,” HAL said in a separate statement, confirming the talks.News of a possible deal between EssilorLuxottica and GrandVision was first reported by Bloomberg.Shares of GrandVision closed up nearly 9%, valuing the company at about 5.81 billion euros ($6.52 billion), according to Refinitiv Eikon data. EssilorLuxottica shares closed down 1.4% at 116.55 euros.EssilorLuxottica was not immediately available for comment.The company, formed last October through the merger of France’s Essilor and Italy’s Luxottica, owns brands such as Ray ban, Oakley, Persol, Oliver Peoples and Varilux.GrandVision has more than 7,000 stores in more than 40 countries across Europe, Asia, North America and Latin America, according to its website.
Are there digging restrictions? What type of cap was put on the landfill? What is the contaminated groundwater and where is it from the agricultural problems? Where is the water table? Is the area going to smell like a landfill at certain times of day based on the wind direction as it vents for the rest of our lives? Most of this should be public knowledge, but sometimes finding the info can be hard. Brownfield redevelopment is a big new business and has a lot of plus for creating great land use plenty of golf courses are built on old landfills but there is less data known on best practices in the long term (think 30 50+ yrs) for residential use since it just hasn been as popular that long./u/jamesh1467 had some great information on brownfields and why the mitigation system (often referred to as a Sub slab depressurization system or SSDS) is in place, as well as a brief explanation on why it was installed.There is an entire environmental industry related to this type of work, including the company (Petra) that put together the Phase II report you referenced.I can say much about being paranoid or not and if that good or not, as everyone will have different feelings on the engineering controls (SSDS) that were installed.I less familiar with CA regulations. However, /r/geologycareers has a ton of environmental professionals that may have experience in CA.There is always a risk, as jamesh1467 mentioned, that something was tested incorrectly, or the SSDS system isn installed properly or whatnot.