Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) are utilized to help identify any potential and/or existing environmental concerns with the property and surrounding areas. The report delineates the history of the property uses and how they have impacted the soils and groundwater beneath the property and identify any potential threats which pose environmental and human health risks. ESA’s consist of a site visit to observe the current and past conditions of the property and surrounding areas, a review of regulatory databases and historical records including aerial views, and interviews with the prospective owner, current owner, and past owners of the property. Information obtained includes geological and hydrogeological, regulatory, and historical research to better understand and evaluate the site and surrounding areas.
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