New Hampshire’s Resource for Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is a report ordered during a real estate transaction to provide disclosure on potential environmental risks at a property.
The goal of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is to identify the presence of recognized environmental conditions within a NH property. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) will protect stakeholders in a NH property transaction, and lending agencies require that an ASTM Environmental Site Assessment or Transaction Screen be conducted by a qualified professional such as Exeter Environmental.
New Hampshire’s Respected Environmental Assessment Firm For Phase I ESAs
Our ESAs involve an inspection of your New Hampshire property, where we evaluate current and historical uses, especially those involved with petroleum or other chemical activities. Exeter Environmental researches the history of a property, procuring documentation to support personal interviews. Following a Phase I ESA, Exeter Environmental issues a report to facilitate the sale of a NH property or protect clients from environmental liability to which they may be ex-posed.
New Hampshire’s Experts for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
If you suspect current or previous activities have impacted a NH area commercial property you are looking to purchase, Exeter Environmental will clear up any doubt with a professional Phase I ESA. We strive to minimize environmental risk to our New Hampshire clients. We don’t just identify issues, we help correct them. In business for nearly three decades, Exeter Environmental’s principal staff conduct the evaluation as opposed to other firms where less experienced staff may perform the work.