Soil and groundwater testing is often performed as part of a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA).
For example, if an underground gasoline storage tank was discovered during the Phase I ESA, ECG may design a soil and groundwater testing project that involves installing soil borings around the underground tank. Soil samples would be collected and analyzed for gasoline indicator contaminants, such as benzene, to determine whether the soil surrounding the tank is contaminated.
The scope of work for a Phase II ESA, or subsurface investigation, involving both soil and groundwater testing might include:
ECG has extensive experience with all aspects of soil and groundwater testing. We conduct subsurface investigations regardless of whether we conducted the Phase I ESA or any other environmental work on the property.
To receive a quote for testing services, contact an ECG representative at 312.663.3900.
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