Phase I Site Assessments for residential and commercial property with respect to the range of contaminants within the scope of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation contaminants within the scope of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and petroleum products as specified in the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards E 1527-97 and E 1528-93. As such, these practices are intended to satisfy one fo the requirements to qualify for the innocent landowner defense to CERCLA liability that constitute "all appropriate inquiry into the previous ownership and uses of the property consistent with good commercial or customary practice" as defined in 42 USC 9601 (35)(B). The Phase I Investigation typically includes preliminary asbestos investigation, sampling and laboratory analysis, where applicable.
Phase II Investigations to determine the presence or absence of hazardous substances as specified by 42 USC 9601 (14)(A-F) and Superfund's own 9602. Phase II investigations will be designed in an attempt to determine the type and depth, and to delineate the areal extent of hazardous substances and petroleum products. The presence or absence of hazardous substances is documented by independent laboratory analysis.
Phase III Remediation and clean-up of contaminated properties. The Phase III process will take into account the type(s) and quantity of contaminants in an effort to satisfy all regulatory requirements relative to the subject property in a cost effective and efficient manner. We strongly encourage Client involvement and communication during the Phase III process to identify critical factors such as cost effectiveness, time constraints, regulatory compliance, Client concerns, etc.
Radon testing and air monitoring for commercial, indistrial and residential properties.
Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) investigation and tank removal.
Soil sampling and testing for hazardous materials.
Asbestos investigation, management, design and implementation of Operation and Maintenance Plans, abatement project design and management, and facility personnel training.
Soil & Groundwater investigation, remediation, and hyrdological studies including monitor well installation and removal, testing, quarterly monitoring and reporting.
Characterization of hazardous wastes (solids & liquids), including laboratory testing, disposal and reporting per regulatory guidelines.
Regulatory compliance assessment regarding generation, storage, and disposal of waste material.
Vapor and groundwater extraction system design, installation, operation and maintenance.
Periodic environmental inspection of commercial/industrial rental property on behalf of property owners to prevent and or limit environmental impact as a result of tenant's operations.
Landfill design and investigation.
RCRA, Superfund and SARA investigations and remediation.
Geotechincal investigations including site reconnaissance, drilling, sampling, testing, foundation design, failure investigation, reporting and forensic engineering.