According to Schmidt, At Home Again currently has an accepted offer to purchase the property.
Scott Dismukes has nearly 30 years of experience in environmental litigation and counseling.
The mercury is not a problem if contained on site, according to Mcguire.
“When it becomes a problem is if someone gets in there, and it’s on their shoes,” he added.
In addition, flammable, corrosive waste has been found, Mcguire said.