NAESIP writes Contractors Pollution Liability (CPL) for environmental and non-environmental contractors with environmental exposures. Many contracts now require contractors to have pollution coverage.
Non-Environmental businesses traditionally do not work with environmental issues but have environmental exposures. Widely accepted statistics are that one of 20 businesses that fall into this category actually need to purchase environmental insurance.
Most CPL policies only insure a contractor at a job site and not at a site that is owned, rented or occupied by the insured. The types of contractors can vary greatly. You do not have to be an environmental contractor to have a pollution exposure.
NAESIP also writes project specific or customer specific pollution policies. So if you have a contractor that is bidding work and they need a CPL policy for just that project, we can help you write this risk.
Download our list of contractor pollution exposures.
NAESIP contractor coverage includes:
• Clean-up and testing of on-site and off-site of contamination
• Bodily Injury and Property Damage to Third Parties
• Above Ground and Underground Storage Tanks
• Transit Pollution
• Non-owned Disposal Sites
• Natural Resource Damages
To learn more about environmental contractors pollution insurance coverage,
contact Dave Quinn at 908-256-6576 or firstname.lastname@example.org,
FOR SUBMISSIONS, EMAIL NEW@NAESIP.COM
For information about pollution insurance for non-environmental contractors, download:
Contractors Pollution Liability (CPL) for Non‐environmental Contractors