What Does A Phase I ESA Include?

What Does A Phase I ESA Include?

When you hire Terra-Petra to perform a Phase I ESA (Environmental Site Assessment) the meticulous process conducted by our expert environmental consultants typically includes the following:

Historical Site Research

A thorough investigation of historical records, aerial photographs, and land-use records to identify past activities that could have led to contamination.

Site Inspection

A comprehensive on-site evaluation to identify potential sources of contamination, including above-ground and underground storage tanks, hazardous substances, and other environmental risks.

Interviews And Documentation Review

Discussions with current and past property owners, occupants, and local officials to gather valuable information about the site’s history and potential environmental concerns.

Report And Recommendations

A detailed report summarizing findings, identifying recognized environmental conditions (RECs), and providing recommendations for further action, if necessary.

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Terra-Petra is committed to delivering thorough, timely, and accurate assessments to empower our clients with the knowledge needed for informed decision-making.

Contact us today to discuss your project and discover how our Phase I ESA services can add value to your environmental due diligence efforts.