When a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) identifies Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) on a property, the next step of action is to conduct a Phase II ESA. Part of the Phase II involves soil sampling, in which scientists drill into the potentially contaminated areas using a Geoprobe. Samples of soil are collected, logged and sent to a lab for further testing. They are then compared to the EPA regional screening levels to determine if the contamination levels are above the alotted criteria.
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PM also has success in mitigating vapor intrusion on a variety of projects through Sub-Slab Soil Gas Sampling to identify the levels assess the potential risk, as well as, the installation of Sub-Slab Depressurization Systems, which are common mitigation systems for existing construction.
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