A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is an investigative process used to evaluate potential environmental contamination of a property or site. This type of assessment is often initiated when a Phase I ESA indicates that there may be potential environmental contamination present at the site. Site contamination is known as a Recognized Environmental Condition,…Read More
What Is a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment?
When considering the purchase or sale of a property, it’s essential to understand the potential environmental risks associated with the site. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is a critical tool that can be used to identify and evaluate any potential issues related to contamination or hazardous materials on a given property. This introduction…Read More