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When a property is determined to be contaminated (i.e., a "facility"), the Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) demonstrates how a new owner/operator will be able to differentiate contamination they could cause from any pre-existing contamination. The complexity of this demonstration varies, depending upon the types of contamination and how the property will be used in the future.
A successful BEA is dependent upon full knowledge of all likely forms of contamination resulting from past uses of the site, as well as what hazardous substances will be used (and how they will be used) on the site in the future. Knowing this, Envirologic incorporates many of the elements required for a successful BEA into the earliest phases of the site assessment.
Often, it is necessary to use innovative approaches, such as engineering controls, isolation zones, and leak detection methods, in order to achieve a successful BEA. Envirologic has extensive experience in all of these approaches.
We've prepared a one-page document that provides a brief overview of the BEA process along with an environmental due diligence flowchart. You can find it here - What is a Baseline Environmental Assessment?
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