Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) are field investigations performed to identify and characterize potential environmental impacts that may be present on the subject property. Phase II ESAs typically involve drilling into the subsurface and collecting soil, groundwater, and/or soil gas vapor samples that are submitted to a certified laboratory and analyzed to detect and quantify the concentrations of specific contaminants of concern.
REASONS TO CONDUCT A PHASE II ESA
Confirm the presence or absence of Recognized Environmental Conditions identified in the Phase I ESA
Address environmental concerns related to specific facility operations and/or processes
Characterize the extent of environmental impacts to soil and/or groundwater
Assess risks to human health and the environment
Meet regulatory compliance
Soil Vapor Testing