Solid Ground Environmental – Arkansas
At Solid Ground Environmental, we understand the paramount importance of efficiency and precision in your projects. We take pride in offering our clients top-tier environmental consulting services specifically tailored for the state of Arkansas. Our expertise revolves around critical services like Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Wetland Delineations, Asbestos Inspections, Mold Investigations, and securing essential Environmental Permits.
When it comes to selling or investing in a new property, ensuring compliance with environmental regulations is not just about peace of mind; it’s about the bottom line. That’s where we come in. We dig around in the dirt, figuratively and literally, so you can focus on growing your business and securing your investments.
Our commitment to providing high-quality and timely environmental assessments in Arkansas is unwavering, ensuring that your projects stay on track and within budget. So whether you’re financing a loan, developing a property, or constructing a building, Solid Ground Environmental is here to ensure that your property is assessed to the fullest extent. Discover how Solid Ground Environmental can be your trusted partner in navigating the intricate landscape of environmental site assessments in Arkansas.
Quality Environmental Consulting & ESAs in Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, AR, and More
Local, state, or federal environmental laws can be confusing and hard to find. Solid Ground Environmental will help you understand the important Arkansas rules, regulations, and acts applicable to your project. We proudly serve Little Rock, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Fort Smith, Rogers, Springdale, Conway, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, Pine Bluff, AR, and the entire state of Arkansas!
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) in Arkansas
If you’re purchasing an Arkansas property, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) can provide you with information on potential environmental issues with the property. It may also protect you from liability due to unexpected environmental contamination found on the property after the purchase.
If you’re financing a loan, a Phase I ESA can provide you with assurances that the borrower will not have to pay for expensive environmental remediation costs – increasing the risk that the loan will not be paid off.
We offer ESAs in Fayetteville, Little Rock, Fort Smith, Sprindale, Jonesboro, and across the state of Arkansas.
Record Search & Risk Assessment
The Record Search Risk and Assessment is an environmental due diligence option for low-risk properties described by the United States Environmental Protection Agency Standard Operating Procedures. The RSRA includes an environmental database and a historical review of the property. A letter report is prepared to summarize the findings and makes a determination whether the property is ‘high risk’ or ‘low risk’. If the property is deemed high risk, typically a Phase I ESA is recommended in Arkansas.
What Is An Environmental Site Assessment?
In the United States, an environmental site assessment is a report prepared for a property or real estate holding that identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. This environmental site assessment, often abbreviated as an ESA, typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the property.
The main intent of a professionally performed ESA report is to assess if current or historical property uses have impacted the soil or groundwater beneath the property and could pose a threat to the environment and/or human health. If these environmental issues are found, it presents a potential liability for the lender and/or owner, as well as affecting the value of the property.
A Phase I ESA completed prior to the closure of a real estate transaction can be used to satisfy the requirements of CERCLA’s (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act) innocent landowner defense under All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI).
Our team is professionally trained & experienced in performing detailed ESAs (Environmental Site Assessments) in Little Rock, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Fort Smith, Rogers, Springdale, Conway, Jonesboro, Hot Springs, Pine Bluff, AR, and throughout the state of Arkansas.