Environmental site assessments are often required during the purchase or sale of property. These assessments are designed to identify any potential environmental contamination at a site and may involve the management or remediation of contamination if found. At Michigan Consulting & Environmental, we help our clients complete all necessary actions and reports to keep sites of contamination in compliance as mandated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (now EGLE). Our environmental site assessment services satisfy All Appropriate Inquiry requirements of CERCLA in accordance with ASTM: E 1527-13 and Part 201 of Public Act 451.
There are several types of environmental site assessments that might be required depending on the condition of the property and the stage of investigation. Michigan Consulting & Environmental provides expert site assessment for all stages of sale and ownership. Our team of experts are familiar with required site compliance regulations including, but not limited to, State of Michigan Parts 201(Environmental Contamination), 213(Leaking Underground Storage Tanks), 211, 215, 303 (wetland protection) of Public Act 451 and the Federal Clean Water Act.
Michigan Environmental Site Assessments
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
- Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
- Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA)
- Due Care Plan
- Leaching Assessment
- Hydrogeological investigations
Real estate assessments such as Phase I, Phase II, and Baseline Environmental Assessments (BEA) are completed in adherence to our code of ethics that ensures accuracy and confidentiality. Whether buying a house, starting a business, purchasing or selling real estate, borrowing money from a financial institution, or loaning money to a consumer, we can facilitate your environmental assessment requirements.
Contact us today to learn more about our Michigan environmental site assessment services.