The Reynolds Group was contracted by a Southland government agency to perform a Phase I ESA at five adjoining parcels in Riverside, California. An auto repair shop operated on a portion of the property at the time of inspection, and a fuel pump repair facility was discovered by TRG to have historical operated on another area of the Property for 20+/- years. Given the property uses, the questionable environmental condition of the property (i.e. stained soils in several areas and overflowing oil in secondary containment for an oil tank), the Client elected to perform a Phase II investigation as recommended by TRG. Minor petroleum impact was detected in a few areas of the Property. On behalf of the Client, TRG excavated and disposed of the impacted soils. Post-excavation confirmation soil sampling established that impacted shallow soils at the Property had been successfully removed.
Banks/Real Estate Financiers and Investors, California Environmental Consulting, City, County, State, and Federal Agencies, Environmental Site Assessment, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, Real Estate Due Diligence, Soil and Groundwater Investigation|0 Comments