Sludge removal from in-ground OWS.
Our work helps protect our heartland's beautiful streams and lakes.
Diesel fuel release vacuum removal of impacted water.
When accidents occurs, the wildlife of our region depend on our best efforts to clean up.
Hot sauce release response. We have the equipment and manpower for the fastest cleanup possible.
Sludge removal from an above-ground
Confined space entry assessment of an OWS.
Our region is abundant in wildlife; the flora and fauna deserve our best environmental efforts.
Guzzler vac truck; 2,000-gallon Guzzler High Rail equipped.
Compliance 1 is right in the heart of the Ozarks. The beauty of our region is amazing and merits our best environmental efforts.
Installation of silt fence following coal train derailment.
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Three types of environmental site assessments are recognized by the American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Transaction Screens, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I ESAs) and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments.
We follow ASTM E1527-05 and EPA All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) in our performance of Phase I ESAs. Our Phase II Environmental Site Assessments are performed using the ASTM E1903-11 guidance, and our Transaction Screens are conducted according to ASTM E1528-06. We apply a common sense approach to these investigations while considering environmental and business risk, compliance issues, risk tolerance base corrective actions, and budget constraints.
The Transaction Screen process is designed to provide limited environmental due diligence in situations where a Phase I ESA is not appropriate. Transaction screens are primarily used to determine potential environmental liabilities associated with a property (either from current and recent historical use from the subject property or from adjacent properties) and to determine if a Phase I is needed.
Phase I ESAs are designed to determine the presence or absence of recognized environmental conditions (RECs) or historical recognized environmental conditions (HRECs) that may be associated with a property or an adjoining property. The findings of a Phase I ESA will identify whether or not evidence of environmental issues concerns are present at a subject property and provide you with an initial qualification. Sometimes, additional investigation is necessary to further assess the environmental condition of the property.
Phase II ESAs use soil and/or groundwater sampling to determine the presence or absence of hazardous material or petroleum product impact at a property, based on the environmental issues concerns identified in a Phase I ESA. Sample locations are generally based on the information provided in a Phase I ESA and conditions or limitations at the subject property.
9400 State Highway 171
Carl Junction, Missouri 64834
Phone: (417) 649-1269
Fax: (417) 649-1900
3560 E. Evergreen Street
Springfield, Missouri 65803
Phone: (417) 865-4246
Fax: (417) 865-4516
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