Phase I, II, III Site Assessments
An Environmental Site Assessment, sometimes called an ESA, is a prepared report on a property or real estate holding.
This is usually done to identify potential or even existing environmental contamination problems
The gathering of soil samples, including ground-water and air samples…even building materials is not usually done in the Phase I.
The Phase I ESA is commonly just "Step One" in an environment “Due Diligence” process.
If the property or real estate being checked is considered contaminated, then an ESA Phase II
investigation will be needed.
In a Phase II ESA investigation, collections are made of various specimens and is not limited to
the samples of Ground-water, soil or building materials.
These are then analyzed for quantifiable values of various contaminates held within.
Generally looking to be tested is petroleum, hydrocarbons,
heavy metals, pesticides, and solvents…but also mold and asbestos.
Here in Phase III ESA, the investigation will show the extent of the contamination(s) and may involve more rigorous testing, sampling, monitoring, along with other control group modeling to effectively figure-out corrective strategies.
Here in this Phase 3, we look for Clean-up Techniques that will resolve the problem.
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