HAZMAT is ready to assist you in the Investigation and remediation of releases of hazardous materials at your property. We work with responsible parties, land owners and their consultants to determine what actions are needed to clean up hazardous material releases and select the most cost effective remediation alternative for the specific site conditions involved.
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments / Due Diligence
A Phase I ESA reviews the present and past operations and uses of a property to determine the potential presence of contaminated soil and/or groundwater. Phase I ESA findings are used to evaluate the potential risk of contaminated soil and/or groundwater impacting a project scope of work. If there is a risk of encountering contamination or acquiring a contaminated parcel a Phase II Investigation would be performed. HAZMAT will perform a Phase I ESA in conformance with ASTM International (ASTM) Standard E1527-13, Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process.
Phase II Environmental Site Investigation
A Phase II Investigation is a subsurface investigation which evaluates site soil and groundwater conditions in areas of known or potential contamination, as identified in the Phase I ESA. The results of this investigation are used for the following:
- Obtain liability protection prior to acquiring contaminated property
- Determine the extent, magnitude and mitigation of chemical releases at facilities
- Develop contaminated material management plans for construction projects that address:
- Disposal and/or reuse of contaminated soil
- Dewatering in areas with contaminated groundwater