Environmental Due Diligence (Phase I, II & III)
WESTECH approaches ESAs in three phases; each phase is dependent upon the information gathered in the previous phase.
Phase I - Sites that are found to be clean after preliminary investigation need not go beyond Phase I. Others may require the more detailed study and sampling that is part of a Phase II investigation.
Phase II - Testing is often called for sites with a history of improper waste management practices or where contaminants may have migrated to the soil, groundwater, or surface water.
Phase III - Site Remediation--Depending on the type of contamination, many types of corrective actions can be utilized to bring a property into useable compliance.