Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) Are Typically Performed Prior To The Closing Of Real-Estate Transactions. The Purpose Of A Phase 1 ESA Is To Identify Any Existing Or Potential Environmental Conditions That May Be Present Or Affect A Real Estate Property. The fee for our services depends on property size, type and timeframe. Call for a quote 614.746.2695.
Phase II ESA (subsurface investigation)
If A Phase 1 ESA Indicates The Likely Presence Of Contamination, A Phase 2 ESA May Be Recommended. Phase 2 ESAs Commonly Involve Sampling Soils, Sediments, Groundwater And Other Media To Determine If Hazardous Chemicals Are Present Above State Or Federal Applicable Standards.
Remediation Involves Cleaning Up Hazardous Chemical Impacts. Remedial Technologies Must Be Consistent With State And Federal Regulations, Meet The Project Objectives And, Most Importantly, Be Economically Feasible.
Underground Storage Tank Services
Contamination From Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) Is One Of The Most Common Environmental Issues Encountered During Site Investigations. Phoenix Has Extensive Experience With Storage Tank Closures, Site Investigations And Corrective Actions At Gas Station Facilities And Commercial/Industrial Businesses.
Indoor Air Quality Assessments (asbestos, mold, lead-paint, VOCs)
Indoor air-quality inspections are conducted to determine the source, extent and severity of an air quality issue (asbestos, mold, lead-paint, VOCs).
Phoenix Environmental’s staff assesses Brownfields, advises clients of their environmental risks and helps them return their property to beneficial use. Phoenix Environmental was formed in 2012. Since our inception, we have developed a solid reputation for successfully solving environmental problems. We do this by understanding our clients’ objective, their regulatory framework and by taking a collaborative approach to every project. Our goal is to provide knowledgeable, timely and cost-effective environmental solutions.Our business model is notably different from many environmental firms. Phoenix does not have a large, full-time staff. Instead, Phoenix' staff consists of a national network of Professional Associates (PAs). This flexible workforce gives Phoenix the ability to "staff-up and staff-down" without carrying the “client-shouldered” costs of larger firms. Additionally, our PAs’ widespread geographic distribution provides significantly lower travel costs and exceptional state-to-state technical knowledge. State-specific knowledge is critical for environmental due diligence, site remediation activities, storage tank closures, asbestos surveys and abatement, and other complex projects. We understand that when it comes to environmental consulting services, experience matters most. The average experience level of Phoenix’ PAs is over 20 years.