If the Phase I ESA identifies potential hazardous substances, a Phase II ESA is usually conducted to confirm the presence or extent of contamination. Phase II ESAs involve the collection and analysis of air, soil, groundwater, and/or site building materials to assess the presence and extent of hazardous chemicals that are suspected or have been identified during the Phase I assessment. The purpose of this investigation is to obtain a better understanding of the potential environmental liabilities for the property and the financial impacts of such liabilities. Some hazardous materials identified at a property may be effectively maintained in place under the provisions of an Operations and Maintenance Plan (O&M). To accomplish this, EDI provides the following services:
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We are excited to announce the hiring of Moorea Henn, Environmental Scientist, at EDI Consutlants, Inc. A recent graduate of UCLA, her knowledge and expertise in GIS, environmental data managment and evaluation makes her an excellent addition to our team.