Series 34– Phase II Environmental Site Assessment; Tracing the Environmental Risk (Part 2)
This is the thirty-fourth in a series of light, short and visual talks on taking control of environmental-risk concerns that haunt otherwise lucrative transactions in commercial and industrial properties, and even residences.
The essence of risks is factors of unknown size that may appear monstrous if not evaluated.
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment reports essentially tell us if we should worry or not. Having raised worries (otherwise termed “Recognized Environmental Conditions or RECs), they leave it to the stakeholders to decide if the worries are worth to be measured.
And there comes the Phase II Environmental Site Assessment with a host of tools, one of which is the Direct Push Technique, the DPT.
Presenting a well-tested technology of remediation of volatile organic compounds from groundwater.
Remediation is not an absolute term. In the environmental-risk lingo it means the reduction of the intensity of the contamination to such levels that will be accepted by the regulatory authorities.
Time and money are connected and it behooves us to outline time schedules when engaged in the Phase I and II environmental site assessments.