A Phase II Is Useful In Determining If Contamination Exists
If a Phase I ESA indicates the likely presence of contamination a Phase II ESA may be recommended.
Phase II ESAs are often required when the site use included businesses with a history of environmental issues. Gas stations, dry cleaners, automotive and machine shops, and industrial manufacturing businesses commonly have some level of environmental concern necessitating a Phase II ESA. Further analysis into the specific site details during the Phase I ESA help determine, if any of these previous uses have created a significant potential for a release or if a known release has occurred. Expertise in soil and groundwater contamination is required to make good judgments regarding these matters. Phoenix has significant experience investigating a wide variety of contaminants and is knowledgeable of the latest investigative techniques.
Some of the Phase II tests may include:
When an environmental contaminate is identified, we provide multiple cost-effective recommendations to address the issue and bring the site to closure.
Look At Our Past Experience With Phase II ESA Projects.
View A Printing Facility's Phase II ESA Report.