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Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
HGA adheres to EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry Rule implemented into law November 1, 2006. Our reports follow this new standard point by point. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is conducted as a component of “environmental due diligence” prior to the transfer or sale of a property. As Registered Environmental Assessors specializing in environmental assessments, we go through an extensive research process to ensure our reports are detailed and accurate. Our user-friendly writing style format offers an easy-to-follow report, which can be customized to meet particular requirements.

Our comprehensive reports can include an analysis of environmental compliance issues, which may affect the future security of the property owners and their ability to meet financial obligations.

Hemphill, Green & Associates has conducted over one thousand environmental site assessments and facility audits, including multi-site, residential, vacant land, commercial, industrial, medical, retail and manufacturing properties.

Limited Environmental Due Diligence: Transaction Screen Process
Transaction Screens are often used when “Innocent Landowner Defense” is not required. Transaction Screens are conducted for a parcel of commercial real estate where the user wishes to conduct limited environmental due diligence (that is, less than a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment). If the driving force behind the environmental due diligence is a desire to qualify for one of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Land owner Liability Protections, this practice should not be applied. Instead, the ASTM Practice E 1527 for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process may be used.




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