Providing assessment and remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons, heavy metals & chlorinated solvent contamination problems.
- Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
- Texas Risk Reduction Program
- Affected Property Assessment Report (APAR)
- Subsurface remediation
- Underground Storage Tank (UST) removal
- Spill prevention, control, and countermeasures (SPCC) plan
- Texas voluntary cleanup program (VCP)
- Innocent owner/operator program (IOP)
- Brownfield application
Phase I & Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)
Most lenders require a Phase I ESA prior to lending money on commerical properties. The Phase I ESA determines the potential for environmental problems at a property based on current and historical site uses, and adjacent property uses. If a recognized environmental condition identified during a Phase I ESA, a Phase II ESA, soils and groundwater are often sampled to determine if contamination is present and the contamination.
TRRP is the TCEQs regulatory program to which properties (without underground storage tanks) with reported releases after September 1, 2003 are subject. TRRP was established to allow for a more thorough site assessment and investigation process, driving down the need for unnecessary site clean-ups.