Phase I Environmental Site Assessment — The purpose of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to identify recognized environmental conditions (RECs) in connection with a site. JNH's Phase I ESAs are conducted in accordance with the newest ASTM International (ASTM) Standard Practices and fulfill the requirements to perform all appropriate inquiry for the purpose of the Landowner Limited Protections specified in 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) § 312. The Phase I ESA consists of the following four major components: records review, site reconnaissance, interviews, and reports.
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment — The purpose of a Phase II is to obtain sound, scientifically valid data concerning actual property conditions. Such data may relate to property conditions previously identified as RECs or data gaps in Phase I ESAs. Our Phase II ESAs are performed in accordance with the latest ASTM Standards. The Phase II ESA includes the following: formulating the questions to be answered; identifying the areas warranting Phase II investigations; developing a conceptual model; planning and carrying out sampling and chemical testing procedures; validating the conceptual model; developing conclusions; and preparing a written report containing objects and findings.
Phase III Remediation — The types of remediation required on the site will vary depending on the types of contaminants and the property's conditions. Our Phase III is designed to effectively remove containment while maintaining costs.
Phase IV Site Closure Activities — Site closure procedures can involve on-going monitoring of the property to verify that the remediation has been successful and filing a closure plan with the Federal, State, and Local government agencies. Proper representation can occasionally lead to an earlier closure provided that a logically and technically accurate closure application is present.
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