Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments Conducted Throughout Massachusetts
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.
Prior to the transfer of a Massachusetts property, ASTM Phase I Environmental Site Assessments or Transaction Screens are recommended. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) determines whether a property may have been contaminated by current or past activity. Licensed Site Professionals (LSPs) such as Steven Shope of Exeter Environmental conduct Phase I ESAs throughout Massachusetts, saving property buyers costly issues down the road.
Massachusetts’ Most Comprehensive Environmental Assessment Firm for Phase I ESAs
Exeter Environmental routinely conducts Phase I ESAs at properties throughout Massachusetts, including property purchased for land conservation. After an ESA is completed, a detailed report is furnished to the client in order to prevent exposing owners to environmental liability. Such a report for the Phase I ESA indicates whether additional environmental investigation is required to evaluate a Massachusetts property for potential contamination by petroleum or other hazardous materials.
Solutions-Oriented Research Available in Massachusetts Provided By Expert Phase I ESAs
A Phase I environmental site assessment involves a visual assessment of a Massachusetts property coupled with historical research to meet All-Appropriate Inquiries (AAI) requirements. In addition to identifying environmental risks, Exeter Environmental works to remediate any possible environmental damage. With almost three decades of experience, Exeter Environmental is an industry leader in all aspects of environmental science, hydrogeology, and waste management. Let Exeter Environmental protect you and your Massachusetts property with a Phase I ESA today.