Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Should a Phase I ESA reveal the potential for contamination of soil, groundwater and/or surface water, a Phase II ESA may be needed to evaluate the environmental condition of the property. Ultimately, a Phase II ESA exists to identify the presence of petroleum products or other harmful waste on a property.
Georgia Oilmen's Services (GOS) utilizes sampling and laboratory analysis to confirm the presence of hazaradous materials. Some of the tests we perform during a Phase II ESA include:
- Groundwater monitoring wells
- Geophysical testing for buried tanks
- UST testing
- Soil boring
- Soil and groundwater sampling
All samples are properly preserved and placed in appropriate containers for laboratory analysis. GOS has the ability to implement long-term sampling plans in the event of discharges to sewer systems, stream quality assessments or chemical waste discharges. A report is prepared summarizing the findings and recommending remedial solutions (if needed).