Phase III Environmental Site Assessments

 

The purpose of a Phase III Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to address any impacts in soil and/or groundwater identified in the Phase II ESA.  If possible, any pathway exclusions and/or guideline modifications should be considered before moving to this step if the area and volume of impact is large.

 

If results of the sampling indicates impacts in the soil and/or groundwater greater than the applicable guidelines, options such as remediation or treatment must be considered. A report of positive contamination may require the owner/operator to define or provide more specific information about the release into soil, groundwater, or structures on a property, etc. (i.e. additional Phase II Environmental Site Assessments).

 

Phase III Environmental Site Assessments

 

The purpose of a Phase III Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to address any impacts in soil and/or groundwater identified in the Phase II ESA.  If possible, any pathway exclusions and/or guideline modifications should be considered before moving to this step if the area and volume of impact is large.

 

If results of the sampling indicates impacts in the soil and/or groundwater above the applicable guidelines, options such as remediation or treatment must be considered. A report of positive contamination may require the owner/operator to define or provide more specific information about the release into soil, groundwater, or structures on a property, etc. (i.e. additional Phase II Environmental Site Assessments).

 

Phase III Environmental Site Assessments

 

The purpose of a Phase III Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is to address any impacts in soil and/or groundwater identified in the Phase II ESA.  If possible, any pathway exclusions and/or guideline modifications should be considered before moving to this step if the area and volume of impact is large.

 

If results of the sampling indicates impacts in the soil and/or groundwater above the applicable guidelines, options such as remediation or treatment must be considered. A report of positive contamination may require the owner/operator to define or provide more specific information about the release into soil, groundwater, or structures on a property, etc. (i.e. additional Phase II Environmental Site Assessments).

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