Phase I / II Environmental Site Assessments
Phase I/II ESAs are generally the first steps towards diagnosis and characterization of any environmental issue and are therefore fantastic tools for owners, managers, and prospective buyers of industrial and commercial property. TGE executes Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments following the most relevant guidelines established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to achieve All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) per 40 CFR Part 312, as well as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Practice E1527-05/13 with work universally accepted by banks/underwriters across the U.S. and internationally.
ESAs for Due Diligence
Owners are held accountable for environmental contamination on their property. Therefore, it is in their best interest to conduct environmental assessments, particularly before buying, selling, or closing on the property.
ESAs can pinpoint soil, water, and hazardous waste contamination concerns and are used to provide an accurate and unbiased evaluation of the site. Providing owners with critical information about their property, environmental site assessments are also conducted to identify hidden aspects of the property, such as old underground storage tanks.
How ESAs Aid Environmental Consulting
The data collected during Phase I and II environmental site assessments are crucial for consultants. This information is used to identify environmental and regulatory compliance issues. Moreover, the information gathered during these surveys allows our scientists to properly assess risk and develop remediation strategies.
For an accurate quantitative and qualitative Phase I/II site assessment, contact TGE Resources.