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Pollution insurance

What is Pollution Insurance?

Pollution insurance is a type of insurance that covers costs related to pollution. This can include the costs of brownfield restoration and cleanup, liability for injuries and deaths caused by pollution. Most businesses will purchase broad commercial general insurance or property insurance policies but these usually contain and an "absolute pollution exclusion" and thus rarely cover pollution, although there may be limited pollution coverage.

What is a pollution insurance policy?

Pollution insurance is a type of insurance that covers costs related to pollution. This can include the costs of brownfield restoration and cleanup, liability for injuries and deaths caused by pollution.

What is a PLL insurance?

Pollution Legal Liability (PLL) is an environmental insurance policy that helps cover the environmental risks associated with owning, developing or operating a facility or site.

What is a CPL insurance policy?

A component of a homeowners or umbrella insurance policy that protects the policyholder and members of the policyholder's household against having to pay large sums out-of-pocket if they are held responsible for a personal liability claim.

What is environmental insurance?

Environmental Insurance policies cover statutory clean-up requirements, third party claims for bodily injury and property damage, and associated legal expenses, resulting from pollution or contamination events, whether such events are "sudden and accidental" or "gradual" in nature.