phase i assessments Services in Maryland

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Environmental Site Assessments/Phase I, II & III

by Atlantic Environmental, Inc.     based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA)

A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) follows the American Society of Testing and materials (ASTM) guidelines known as ASTM-E-1527-05 Standard for Phase One Environmental Site Assessments (ESA).

Environmental Assessment Services

by GBK Partnership, LLC     based in Edmond, OKLAHOMA (USA)

GBK provides a full range of environmental assessment, site investigation and consulting services. Our abilities range from Phase I surveys to sample plan design to on-site evaluations of potential environmental, occupational health and safety risks and compliance aspects. GBK will apply established industry procedures to provide cost-effective ...

Phase I Assessments

by Environmental Profiles, Inc.     based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA)

One of the most critical risks to a purchaser in a real estate transaction is the potential responsibility for environmental hazards associated with the property. Fixing these problems can be notoriously costly—in many cases they can amount to more than the cost of the property. There is no more important step in the transaction than ...

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments Services

by PM Environmental     based in Tampa, FLORIDA (USA)

PM Environmental completes comprehensive Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) in accordance with the (1) United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Standards and Practices for All Appropriate Inquiries {(AAI), 40 CFR Part 312} and (2) guidelines established by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) in the Standard ...

Phase II Site Assessment Service

by Environmental Management Consultants, Inc.     based in Derby, CONNECTICUT (USA)

In general, a Phase II investigation is performed in order to identify potential environmental impacts at a site. The investigation can either be voluntary, or mandated by local, state or federal agencies. In the event that the investigation is mandated, the strategies employed throughout the investigation, as well as the format of the final ...

Site Assessment and Remediation Services

by Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC)     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

CEC develops practical site work plans, negotiates facility investigations and corrective measures studies with regulatory agencies, designs remedial measures, and implements cost-effective corrective measures that are tailored specifically to our client's needs.

Compliance, Auditing and Sustainablitity

by GBK Partnership, LLC     based in Edmond, OKLAHOMA (USA)

A written compliance assurance program (CAP) establishes types of assessments and audits, reporting results to management, corrective actions, tracking status of open items, confidentiality of information, record retention, and roles and responsibilities. GBK compliance specialists will assist our clients in the development and implementation of ...

Phase I and II Environmental Assessments/ Earth Science Services

by Tim Miller Associates Inc     based in Cold Spring, NEW YORK (USA)

Tim Miller Associates, Inc. provides a broad range of groundwater and geoscience related services that include hazardous waste investigations, underground storage tank assessments and Phase I and II site assessments associated with property transfers or feasibility studies. TMA prepares Phase 1 site assessments in accordance with ASTM and Fannie ...

Environmental Site Assessments

by exp     based in Montréal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Assessing the environmental conditions at a property is a critical part of completing any real estate transaction, corporate merger, acquisition, or refinancing to identify and quantify the potential environmental risks that might influence the value of a property or the operating businesses on a property.

Environmental Site Assessments Services

by Geo-Source, Inc.     based in Florence, ALABAMA (USA)

The Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I ESA) process is intended to satisfy one of the requirements to qualify for the innocent landowner, contiguous property owner, or bona fide prospective purchaser limitations on CERCLA liability: that is, the practices that constitute all appropriate inquiry into the previous ownership and uses of ...

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