Property transactions rely on Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) to both identify potential sources of environmental contamination and to help protect those with an interest in the property from environmental liability. Along with delivering a quality product, Trek EC offers competitive Phase I pricing and will work with you to tailor a timeline that fits with your project schedule.
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If the Phase I ESA indicates the likely presence of hazardous substances or petroleum products in, on, or at the property (known as a recognized environmental condition - REC), a Limited Phase II Site Investigation will be recommended to investigate the presence/absence of the potential contaminants. With more than 20 years of experience, Trek EC environmental professionals know how to tailor scopes of work that not only investigate RECs, but gather the data necessary to help you achieve regulatory closure at the site.
In the event that contamination is discovered during the Phase II ESA, remedial action may be necessary. One option for interested parties to address contamination while obtaining regulatory oversight is the state voluntary cleanup program.
Trek EC environmental professionals have managed more than 20 state voluntary cleanup projects and are well versed in voluntary program regulations in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Additionally, we have the established relationships and partnerships necessary to achieve brownfield redevelopment goals that benefit both the client and the local community.