When Recognized Environmental Conditions are identified and determined to have impacted a property, property owners have the opportunity to conduct assessment and corrective actions under the direct supervision of state environmental regulators for the eventual issuance of a no further remediation/action determination. The benefit to potential purchasers and landowners is a non-biased, objective determination that human health and the environment will not be impacted pursuant to the conditions of the no further remediation/action determination.


Most states require participants enrolled in voluntary environmental cleanups to develop risk-based or site-specific remediation objectives to match the intended use of the property.

A typical process for a voluntary remediation site is to characterize the site through the site investigation process that includes soil boring advancement, groundwater monitoring well installation, and laboratory analysis of the collected soil and groundwater samples from the site.  After the analytical data is reviewed, ETS will discuss the findings and the best solution for your property and its intended use.  Since ETS has extensive experience with site investigation and remediation processes, disruption to site operations during the investigation process is minimal.

ETS has assisted hundreds of clients seek no further remediation/action determinations using these state programs. Can we help you?  Contact Us