Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

The purpose of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is to protect both
lending institutions and buyers from any possible environmental liability
under the scope of federal regulation of Comprehensive Environmental
Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).

Odelphi's Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are conducted in
accordance with either the Standard Practice for Environmental Site
Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process (ASTM, E
1527) or tailored to a client's specific needs. Ancillary services sometimes
requested by clients and conducted concurrently with a standard Phase I
evaluation include:

  • Facility structure engineering evaluations
  • Underground storage tank (UST) assessments
  • Mechanical, electrical and HVAC building inspections

Phase II Environmental Site Assessment

If areas of concern are identified on or off-site during a Phase I
assessment, a Phase II field sampling effort which supports the objectives
of our client is initiated. A Phase II evaluation typically includes sampling of
soil, groundwater, surface waters, or suspected hazardous materials on or
off the subject property. Data from the sampling effort is compiled and
evaluated to determine the extent of the liability at a site.

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