At Enviromarc, our environmental consultants are passionate about what we do. We care about the world, and we care about doing our job well. With a wide array of services, skill, and expertise, we can provide you with eco-friendly and economical solutions to help you complete your next project.
Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
A Phase I ESA is a historical review and visual inspection of property to identify potential contaminants of concern (e.x. asbestos, mold, lead paint, etc.) The presence of these contaminants can reduce the value of property and be a health and safety hazard. If potential contaminants are identified, further testing will ensue in Phase II with air, water and soil samples. Phase III is the phase in the ESA in which the planning and execution of remediation of the site occurs.
Remediation/ Phase III ESA
Environmental remediation is the removal of pollution or contaminants from the specified site through a variety of techniques and processes under the supervision and control of a environmental consultant who oversees operations on site.
Our environmental consultants can provide a comprehensive review of a company or site's adherence to regulatory and environmental guidelines, the strength and thoroughness of compliance preparations, security policies, user access controls and risk management procedures.
In the case of a spill and any spill-related environmental emergencies, our environmental consultants will be able to quickly and professionally engineer and execute an appropriate spill response plan in accordance to environmental regulations of wherever the spill has occurred.
Groundwater is water that has permeated the surface of the soil and has traveled to an impermeable layer deep below the surface of the ground and forms into underground lakes called Aquifers. Due to the nature of groundwater and it's ability to collect and move throughout the soil, if t becomes contaminated or polluted it can quickly degrade and contaminate swathes of land. Groundwater monitoring is available to monitor and appropriately respond to any unwanted or harmful changes to the composition of the groundwater.