One or more additional environmental record sources, which will be checked, include:
Permits, reports and other environmental, health and safety documentation
Local sources such as health/environmental department, fire department, planning department, building permit/inspection department, pollution control agency, water quality agency information; such as fire department records, planning department, building permits and utility companies (as appropriate)
Physical Setting Sources - The following sources may be used to determine the physical setting for the subject property.
Historical Use Information - The following sources may be used to determine the historical use for the subject property:
The records review will include a detailed assessment of selected city, county, state and federal environmental records and databases, historical use information and physical setting information concerning the subject property. The following agencies and records will be used as sources of information for the assessment.
Environmental Record Sources - The records review will include the review of the following standard environmental record sources:
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Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA's) are conducted to identify recognized environmental conditions and potential environmental hazards associated with the subject property. Phase I ESA's are designed to meet or exceed the requirements set forth in ASTM Standard Practice E 1527-13 for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. In general, the Phase I ESA will include a visual assessment of the site, a review of current and historical uses of the subject property, a site reconnaissance, interviews with knowledgeable parties and a review of selected public records concerning the subject property and adjacent properties. In addition, user (client) responsibilities include a questionnaire and recorded land title records, with lien records for environmental liens or activity and use limitations. The information obtained is then compiled and summarized in a comprehensive written report.
A more detailed scope of a typical Phase I ESA is presented in the following paragraphs:
ESESIS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNERS, CORP. will conduct a site walk through to obtain information on the potential presence of recognized environmental conditions and hazardous materials in connection with the subject property. Where possible, ESESIS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNERS, CORP. will conduct interviews with persons familiar with the property or nearby properties with information regarding the properties current and past usage.
During the Phase I ESA, ESESIS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNERS, CORP. will review and document the following site information, as appropriate:
Results of the Phase I ESA will be presented in a written report. If specific environmental problems or concerns are identified during our investigation, ESESIS ENVIRONMENTAL PARTNERS, CORP. will provide recommendations to address each situation.
The following items will be included in the Phase I ESA report:
The following items will be attached to the Phase I ESA report.
As part of the ASTM Standard for Phase I ESA's, the client (user) is responsible for completing a questionnaire and obtaining recorded land title records for environmental liens and or activity and use limitations. The user's responsibilities are part of qualifying for a landowner liability protection to CERCLA liability.
Our company can provide in addition to your Phase 1 Site Assessment, assessments for:
Asbestos Surveys/Inspections-ESESIS Environmental Partners, Corp. is licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services as an Asbestos Consulting Agency In addition, we have Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality accredited Asbestos Inspectors, Management Planners and Contractor/Supervisors on staff. We are now proud to announce we offer our Asbestos inspection services throughout Texas and Louisiana.
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