Environmental Site Investigations/Assessments (Phase I & Phase II) are used to delineate and characterize contaminant impacts to soil, groundwater and air. Preliminary (Phase I) assessment is undertaken to identify possible contaminants and gather clues and evidences through review of land titles for historic use of property, aerial photographs interpretation and pinpointing possible sources of contamination by scrutinizing surrounding land use. This investigation provides the base for our decision for detailed Phase II investigation. The Phase II Environmental Assessment/investigation is a confirmatory stage of assessment for contamination. The typical investigation methods include borehole drilling, test pit sampling and well installation to acquire subsurface soil, groundwater, and vapour samples for laboratory analysis. The findings concluded through comprehensive site assessment, and analysis of scientific data and analytical results are compiled into a technical report designed to meet applicable provincial or federal regulations.

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