Phase I Environmental Audits

IAQ Services Phase I environmental audit is performed by our expert environmental consultant,
who will review a wide variety of available information about the site and the operations that have been conducted on it, and will perform a non-intrusive physical inspection of the site and the current operations.

The environmental audit results in a report prepared for the real estate owner or buyer.  It identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. The Phase I environmental audit meets the criteria specified by the American Society for Testing and Materials.  The analysis typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the property; however, techniques applied in a Phase I audit do not usually include actual collection of physical samples or chemical analyses.

IAQ's Phase I environmental audit includes examination of potential soil contamination, groundwater quality, surface water quality and sometimes issues related to hazardous substances. The examination of a site may include: definition of any chemical residues within structures; identification of possible asbestos containing building materials; inventory of hazardous substances stored or used on site; assessment of mold and mildew; and evaluation of other environmental parameters.

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