Whether you need a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Contamination Site Assessment or testing, you have come to the right place. We have over 70 years of combined staff experience with property assessments and testing that we can apply to your current and future needs. We will be happy to do whatever assessment or testing you need! Just give us a call or send us an e-mail.
ESC has been performing Phase I’s since 1988 and has built a reputation on professionalism, fast turnarounds, and thoroughness. The assessments are always completed in accordance with the ASTM E-1527-13 standard and the federal all appropriate inquiry rule. This qualifies the purchaser as an innocent land owner. Clients are like yourself and include private parties, corporations, developers, investors, bankers, attorneys, and government. Order a Phase I today for comprehensive and reliable results. Some clients require inclusion of some or all of the following elements beyond the ASTM standard:
- Asbestos Testing
- Lead Based Paint Testing
- Phase II Testing of Soil & Groundwater
- Water Intrusion & Mold
- Environmental Permit Compliance
A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) involves actual testing of soil and groundwater. It is done to investigate potential or known contamination from use of the site itself or sites in the vicinity. It may show the site is clean, slightly contaminated, or significantly contaminated. ESC’s professional technical staff can accurately interpret the data and recommend strategies to address the contamination in light of the property transaction.
Contamination on a site can result from fuel tanks, heating oil tanks, emergency generators, dry cleaners, painting, pest control operations, manufacturing, and a myriad of other sources. ESC can test the soil and groundwater to determine if contamination is present and to what degree. ESC can then provide recommendations. Following are ESC’s core services for contaminated sites:
- Contamination or Site Assessments
- Determine presence & extent of contamination in soil & groundwater
- Determine what exceeds State Target levels
- Basis for consideration