Specializing in the area of real estate transactions, underground storage tank consulting and asbestos inspections and management, our goal is to address the regulatory, due diligence and liability issues of our clients. Our experienced staff takes pride in our ability to customize solutions to each customer's needs and to tailor our services to any size project.
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A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, commonly referred to as a Phase I ESA, is completed to research the current and historical uses of a property as part of a commercial real estate transaction.
A Phase III Environmental Site Assessment, also known as a Remedial Design and Application, is an investigation involving the remediation of a site. The purpose of the Phase III is to delineate the physical extent of contamination based on recommendations made in the Phase II report.
A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Report is to evaluate the presence, or absence of, petroleum products or hazardous substances in the subsurface of the site.
Remediation Services relies on the findings of all the results of the previous three phases of investigations. The data collected will be used to come up with a cost-effective cleanup or mitigation of the site.
When a property is determined to be contaminated, the Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) demonstrates how a new owner/operator will be able to differentiate contamination they could cause from any pre-existing contamination. The Due Care Plan describes the actions a person must undertake and are necessary to protect people from exposure to contamination present in soil, groundwater, and subsurface vapors.
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK
State and Federal regulations govern the removal of regulated Underground Storage Tanks (UST) systems. EAS is a qualified UST consultant providing a wide range of innovative solutions to meet you UST requirements.
The Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund allows eligible refined petroleum underground storage tank owners or operators to be reimbursed up to $1 million per claim (minus the appropriate deductible) of eligible costs for corrective action and or indemnification costs incurred for confirmed releases that were discovered and reported on or after December 30, 2014.
Asbestos Inspections are commonly required as part of due diligence during commercial real estate transactions or financing and prior to the demolition or renovation of buildings. Asbestos Consulting can properly evaluate the risk of the asbestos to ensure the safety of people and the environment.