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Agricultural businesses may not recognize their environmental risks — from the collapse of a grain elevator or a spill from a fuel or chemical tank, or runoff into waterways — but those exposures can lead to costly liabilities that are not covered by a traditional commercial general liability policy or agriculture insurance.

Amid heightened scrutiny and intensified regulations, pollution incidents pose a greater risk for vital agricultural businesses. A strong risk management strategy and a pollution insurance program that addresses these potentially expensive incidents can provide the backstop they need.

Read our advisory to learn more about:

  • Pollution exposures and how to recognize them
  • Changing regulations
  • How to address environmental risks
  • Making sure your insurance fits the risks


Grow Your Environmental Risk Knowledge

Download our advisory, "Agricultural Businesses Face Unrecognized Environmental Risks," to learn how businesses can reduce operational pollution risks and address gaps in insurance coverage.