Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Phase II ESA
The general objective of a Phase II investigation is to evaluate subsurface conditions for the possible presence of contamination. A Phase II assessment may be conducted as follow-up to a Phase I ESA, to assess whether recognized conditions have impacted the soil and/or groundwater under a site. The Phase II assessment may also be conducted to identify a source, or more fully delineate the lateral and vertical extent of impacts to underlying soil and groundwater, prior to selecting a cleanup strategy.
Equipped with the latest state of the art drilling, direct push technology, and analytical capabilities EGSL can quickly mobilize to a Subject Property to identify recognized environmental concerns within the subsurface soil and groundwater.
Once those concerns are identified and quantified EGSL will make recommendations on how to proceed to mitigate such issues in the most cost effective and comprehensive way.