Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Based on the final results of the Phase I assessment, a Phase II may be needed to determine the presence of potential significant environmental conditions.
A Phase II assessment is the follow-on action to a Phase I assessment which has raised potential questions concerning possible contamination. Tasks may include:
- Soil sampling, including borings to depths as required, and laboratory analysis for the presence of chemicals of concern, which have been utilized on or near the site. Sampling may be repetitive until the nature and extent of the contamination plume have been defined;
- Installation of groundwater monitoring wells for groundwater testing;
- Other sampling, testing and analyses as may be warranted.