Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) are performed to identify environmental concerns attributed to current and past property uses, and to determine liability and business risk related to environmental issues on a property.
Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) typically involve the collection and laboratory analysis of soil, surface water and/or groundwater samples to confirm the presence and extent of chemical contamination on a property.
Due to the inherent risk of release of contaminants to the subsurface of a property, underground storage tanks and associated piping represent a significant environmental liability. Allied's staff includes Ohio State Fire Marshal Certified UST Installers
Allied scientists are trained and experienced in the evaluation of indoor air quality issues. Using the latest methods and technology, Allied can effectively evaluate conditions within a building to determine the likely source(s) of the problem.