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Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I)

Environmental Site Assessment, or ESA for short, is a report conducted on a property used as part of a commercial real estate transaction. The report assesses a property on potential exposure for hazardous threats and site contamination to humans or the environment itself, whether that’d be the soil it sits on, the air it breathes into, the water it consumes, or the people occupying indoors for Q&A. ESA Phase I is part of an action serving environmental due diligence to take care of the world for Mother Nature and to regulate the natural lifeblood that the environment grants to living beings occupying Earth. For this reason, ESA Phase I can be completed on all types of environmental properties: industrial, agricultural, residential, etc.

Environmental Site Assessment (Phase II)

Following up from ESA Phase I, Phase II is further investigation conducted when a property containing a potential hazardous threat and site contamination. Experts collect and sample pieces of the environment, such as soil, substances created by the site, materials, groundwater, etc., to which they are then taken for analysis and testing. This is the service we provide when investigating indoor environments for substances threatening the people’s health like lead and asbestos. ESA Phase II is done to guarantee the well-being of people by removing long-term damages to their health in the buildings they occupy, along with keeping the environment pure of effects created by humanity.

Underground Storage Tank (UST) Removal Oversight

The underground storage tank (UST) is a storage tank that contains regulated substances and is buried in the soil. The removal involves the extraction of the tanks when a release of its substances via leaking is detected, and must be brought up to the surface. The removal of the USTs falls in line with the environmental site assessment of Phase I and II, as a report is conducted on a property for potential hazardous threats to the environment, and then sampled and collected for testing, followed by a reevaluation of the property’s condition.

Hazardous Materials Inventory

To keep a record of the hazardous materials uncovered during our inspection, we have Hazardous Materials Inventory. Hazardous Materials Inventory is a comprehensive list of all hazardous materials stored. Then, a description of the materials is extensively detailed in a form. The inventory should record the name, container size and units, storage code, location of where it was collected, hazardous substance, and components.

Multi-Element Metals inspections