Service Environmental Engineering Inc.
Michigan environmental consultants and regulatory compliance company.
Veteran Owned and Operated
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is recommended when potential environmental concerns are identified during a Phase I ESA. Each Phase II assessment is site specific, therefore it is individually planned and developed by factoring in particular site characteristics.
Phase II site investigations typically involve:
- Geological studies to determine the characteristics of the soil and bedrock and their continuity and thickness.
- Collection, identification, and classification of regulated constituents in subsurface soil and/or groundwater.
- Hydro-geological study including evaluation of the soil and ground water characteristics.
- Definition of regulated constituents (vertical and horizontal migration).
- Geophysical exploration for buried objects (e.g. UST, drums), if requested.
- Michigan Governmental agency liaison to include reporting requirements.
- Preliminary determination of remedial alternatives.
Depending on the results of the Phase II Site Investigation of the soil and or groundwater, either remedial action or closure could be recommended. If all of the soil or groundwater contaminates cannot be practically removed, then a restricted closure may be obtained. Service Environmental Engineering, Inc. also provides associated services, such as:
- Wetland delineation studies
- Surficial soil and drinking water well testing
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