The main purpose of the Environmental Site Assessment Phase I is to detect evidence of actual and potential contamination of the site. Soil and potential of contamination Fire insurance planSpecifically, Phase I is to evaluate existing information, collected by the study of historical and current issues regarding the property, the site visit and interviews.
Following this assessment, our team will be able to determine whether the soil and water of the study area have, under the laws and regulations currently in force, potential harmful contamination to the environment or to the human health. This contamination can result from past and current activities carried out in this field, or come from the immediate vicinity.
To get clues and accurate information concerning the potential risk of contamination of a property, the following steps are taken:
No samples of soil, water or air is drawn in a Phase I ESA.
All evaluations are conducted according to the principles of the Canadian CSA Standard Z768-01 and the recommendations of the Guide for the characterization of contaminated sites (MDDELCC).
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