ALFA Environmental Remediation Services, Inc. - a leading environmental assessment, consulting, and management company. ALFA has extensive experience in conducting Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments on auto repair facilities, gas stations, dry cleaners, industrial properties, retail centers, agricultural properties, office buildings and residential properties throughout California, Nevada, and Oregon. ALFA Environmental assessment consultants offers a wide range of environmental assessment services providing our customers
with the safest and most
cost effective environmental assessment solutions to all their environmental assessment needs.
Since 1992, environmental assessment consulting services include Phase I and II Environmental
Site Assessments (ESAs), Work Plan and Remedial Action Plan (RAP), remedial excavation, feasibility
study, human health risk assessment, Conceptual Site Model (CSM), design, NPDES permitting,
implementation and monitoring groundwater remediation systems, consulting and field services such as soil, soil gas, and vapor intrusion sampling / testing and laboratory analyses, groundwater modeling and monitoring, underground storage tanks removal, UST Cleanup
Fund - claim eligibility and reimbursement in California, Conditional Use Permit (CUP),
hazardous waste management, Waste Discharge Requirements (WDR) permits, Hazardous Materials
Management Plan (HMMP) and environmental compliance, and successful environmental
Case Closure, ...and more...
Common uses where environmental concerns are found in a Phase 1 Environmental report include: service stations, manufacturing facilities, dry cleaners, industrial sites, auto repair, oil and gas well drilling and production, former agricultural crops, refineries, gas underground storage tanks (UST), other sites with releases of chemicals into the subsurface.
When an environmental issue is found in the Phase 1 Environmental Assessment, it will typically trigger a Phase 2 Study or Phase II ( 2 ) Environmental Site Assessment which requires soil and/or groundwater sampling to determine if there is a significant contamination in the subsurface. We have completed thousands of Phase 2 Study or Phase II ( 2 ) Environmental Site Assessments in California, Nevada, and Oregon on time and within budget.
Since 1992, Professional environmental assessment consultants have performed an extensive number of Phase 1 & 2 Environmental Site
on residential and commercial properties for Real Estate customers to evaluate its environmental condition(s) and identify any
Recognized Environmental Condition (REC) that could be a liability or become a future environmental liability. Recognized environmental conditions per ASTM Standard typically include but not limited to: former gas stations, dry cleaners, long-term light-industrial, industrial, agricultural and other previous uses. Signs of potential releases of chemicals can be heavy staining, improper storage of chemicals, underground storage tanks, dry cleaning plants, clarifiers, etc.
ALFA also has extensive experience in performing Environmental Due Diligence and Environmental Transaction Screen reports for a variety of properties, including: gas stations, retail centers, commercial properties and industrial properties.
An environmental assessment survey is conducted in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process E1527-13.
Objectives of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment include identification of historic and current activities at the site and
surrounding properties which could have or could yet contribute to the degradation of the subject property's overall
environmental condition and to permit the client to satisfy all of the requirements to qualify for what is commonly known as the "Innocent Landowner" defense.
We are looking forward to an opportunity to prove to you that ALFA Environmental Remediation Services, Inc. is your firm of choice for
all your environmental assessment and engineering needs!