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FABCO will sit down with you to discuss your goals and how together we can achieve them. FABCO will implement a work plan pursuant to the regulations set by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). Your personalized work plan will be developed as a cost effective program with your needs in mind as our top priority.
Below is a list of FABCO’s Professional Environmental Services:
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is a report prepared for a real estate holding that identifies potential or existing environmental contamination liabilities. The analysis, often called an ESA, typically addresses both the underlying land as well as physical improvements to the property. The Phase I ESA is generally considered the first step in the process of environmental due diligence. Standards for performing a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment have been promulgated by the US EPA and are based in part on American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E1527-05.
The actual sampling of soil, air, groundwater and/or building materials is under a Phase II Site Investigation and conducted after the Phase I ESA has been completed and areas of environmental concern have been identified.
FABCO will provide contractor and professional services to implement recommendations and perform remedial action activities which facilitate your goal in achieving a No Further Action (NFA) determination by the NJDEP under the Unregulated Heating Oil Tank (UHOT) Program or the issuance of a Response Action Outcome (RAO) Letter from our Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP).
A Preliminary Site Assessment (PA) is a detailed evaluation of available records dealing with the history of a potentially problematic site, and includes a field visit to visually inspect and assess conditions. These assessments have become an important component of real estate transactions, especially for commercial and industrial properties and are typically conducted well in advance of property acquisition. Sites of interest can include various natural and man-made hazards that may be present on or adjacent to existing on sites proposed for acquisition
Ecological Evaluation (EE) has proved to be an efficient and cost-effective screening process and is required for commercial and industrial sites under the NJDEP’s Site Remediation Program. An EE assures that all sites are addressed for potential ecological effects early in the remedial process; sites without ecological concern are quickly eliminated from further, more rigorous site-specific investigation. Only those sites that present the potential for adverse ecological effects are retained for further investigation