Our consultants have vast experience in Environmental Due Diligence (EDD), and are able to offer this service varying upon the type of transaction, and environmental risk of the property/facility.
Types of Environmental Due Diligence
Types of due diligence include Phase I Environment Site Assessment (ESA) and Phase II ESA.
- Phase I ESA conducted in accordance with the ASTM Standard assesses the property for the presence or potential presence of environmental contamination. It involves evaluating the current and historical uses of the property in an effort to identify recognized environmental conditions.
- A Phase II ESA often involves the collection and analysis of soil and/or groundwater samples from the highest risk areas of the property to determine if contamination is present and if it is, is it present at concentrations that present environmental or health risks.