Farmer Environmental Group, LLC conducted a Phase I ESA located in Arapahoe County, Colorado. The subject site is vacant agricultural land, approximately 154 acres. Based on the information obtained by Farmer, the subject site appeared to have been always used for agricultural purposes or undeveloped/vacant land. Farmer’s review of historical resources, regulatory records, interviews, and site reconnaissance did not identify recognized environmental conditions attributable to historical uses of the subject site.
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Farmer Environmental Group inspected a clothing store in a mall located in the town of Waco, Texas for asbestos-containing building materials. The purpose of the inspection was to determine locations and quantities of asbestos-containing products at the site, determine the impact these materials will have on scheduled renovation, and assist the client in obtaining the necessary building permits with the City of Waco in accordance with Senate Bill 509.
Farmer Environmental Group conducted a limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment at a proposed automotive company location in Winnetka, California. The Phase II ESA was conducted in response due diligence related to the potential purchase of the subject site. Potential environmental impacts from on-site sources may be present from historical entities. Therefore, this Phase II ESA was conducted to evaluate potential environmental impacts to the subject site.