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ENIVRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT (ESA) SERVICES

Providing buyer, seller, and lending institution with a clear picture of contamination risks on a site is the primary focus of First Strike Environmental Co (FSE) Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). Our professionally trained and knowledgeable specialists accomplish this goal by surpassing American Society of Testing & Materials, (ASTM)* standards regarding potential risks, and completing the task in a timely and cost-efficient manner. Call us regarding our assessment services.

 

FSE focuses on services which increase the value of our client’s property while decreasing possible liabilities in the purchase of an environmentally challenged site.

THREE PHASES ARE AVAILABLE

  • Phase I - determination of potential environmental risk (historical research, site reconnaissance, interviews)

  • Phase II - investigation of environmental hazards (site sampling,

         contaminant delineation)

  • Phase III - remediation of environmental hazards (site cleanup, environmental hazard removal, site closure)

LET US HELP YOU

We can help you find creative, cost-effective solutions for any environmental challenges facing your site. From initial investigation through effective remediation and site closure, FSE is your partner in hazardous materials management.

 

If you suspect contamination from any of the following:

  • Prior use

  • Underground storage tanks

  • Asbestos

  • Lead

  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

  • Surrounding facilities

Give us a call. With over twenty-five years of Environmental Site Assessments, we can help!

 

*The ASTM, formerly known as the American Society of Testing & Materials and now the Environmental Assessment Association, (EAA), is a national standards-setting organization established in the turn of the century to standardize commercial and industrial practices for business. In 1993, the ASTM committee E50.02 published environmental due diligence standards for commercial real estate transactions call the Transaction Screen Process and Phase I Environmental Site Assessment.