Underground Storage Tank (UST) Assesment, Remediaton and Closure

CreekStone has assisted several clients with Underground Storage Tank (UST) removal and remediation in the past. These services are most common during property transactions or upon signs of obvious UST leakage.  CreekStone and its subcontractors provide all services associated with UST permitting, soil sample collection, UST closure (abandonment in place or removal), soil assessments at closure (UST Closure Report, Initial Abatement Report, Limited Site Assessments, Comprehensive Site Assessments), and remediation needed at or after UST closure operations (i.e., free product recovery, soil removal, soil vapor extraction, air sparging, pilot testing, Aggressive Fluid Vapor Recovery).

Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)

CreekStone performs Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) to determine the nature of potential environmental issues at a site during a real estate transaction or refinancing.  ESAs involve four key steps: site and area reconnaissance, records research, interviews, and reporting.  CreekStone personnel have performed ESAs throughout the Southeast United States at residences, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities.  Environmental concerns frequently identified include underground storage tanks, aboveground storage tanks, transformers, hydraulic equipment, chemical and petroleum substances, and septic tanks.  According to the results of the Phase I ESA, CreekStone will conduct the Phase II ESA when needed.  Phase II ESA's are very site dependent but usually include soil and/or groundwater sampling to delineate the presence and/or extent of contamination presented by the Recognized Environmental Concern on site.

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