Enacting Environmental Due Diligence
Environmental due diligence is a necessary step in every site’s journey. Environmental Operations, Inc. assesses and manages environmental contamination risks on your behalf. We identify issues in the project design phase through Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs). Our environmental consulting services put you at ease, offering licensed inspectors, project designers, risk assessors and air monitoring professionals ready to understand and adapt to your site needs.
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is the first step in the process of environmental due diligence. Our environmental consulting services will identify potential or existing environmental contamination. Ultimately, the goal of a Phase I ESAs: Is to protect you as a property owner and identify areas of potential concern for your project.Explore Phase I ESAs
A Phase II ESA is completed by our environmental consultants if there is evidence of hazardous substances or petroleum products present at the site. During a Phase II ESA, geologists and environmental engineers collect site samples, examine chemical and geological data and survey additional resources to see the full picture of risk at your site.Explore Phase II ESAs
If the Phase II ESA assessment reveals hazardous materials on site, our environmental consulting services will advise you on how to go about remediation. This stage involves invasive site testing and enacting a plan to mitigate the environmental issues found through initial environmental due diligence assessments.Explore Remediation
Chuck MunroePresident (314) 480-4649 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuck Munroe’s primary focus is directing business strategy, providing leadership within the company, and overseeing operations. Chuck has been with EOI since 1996 and has operated in many capacities including extensive experience in Phase I/Phase II ESAs, petroleum storage tank closure, site remediation, risk management and Brownfield redevelopment.
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