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Environmental Due Diligence

Environmental Due Diligence is the process in which different types of  Environmental Site Assessments are done to a property in order to see if there are potential or existing environmental contamination risks.

Our staff’s comprehensive experience follows with the Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments  (ASTM), Federal and State Regulatory Agency, industry standard procedures, and regulatory framework that are all required by the Small Business Administration and most commercial lenders, regardless of the known past history of the site.


Why Choose CRG Texas for Environmental Due Diligence?



Our team of environmental professionals brings extensive knowledge and experience in conducting thorough due diligence assessments. We stay up-to-date with the latest environmental regulations, ensuring your compliance with local, regional, and international standards.

Tailored Solutions:

We understand that every project is unique. Our approach is highly customizable, allowing us to tailor our assessments to your specific needs. Whether you're acquiring a property, undergoing a merger, or seeking to improve your environmental performance, we provide targeted solutions to address your challenges.

Environmental Site Assessments:

Our environmental due diligence services encompass a wide range of factors. We assess the potential environmental risks associated with contamination, hazardous materials, air and water quality, waste management, and ecological impacts. Our thorough investigations provide a holistic view of the environmental liabilities and opportunities associated with your project.

  • Phase 1 ESA: This initial assessment involves a comprehensive review of historical records, site inspections, and interviews to identify potential environmental concerns associated with a property. We assess the likelihood of contamination and provide recommendations for further investigation if necessary.
  • Phase 2 ESA: If the Phase 1 ESA identifies potential environmental risks, a Phase 2 ESA is conducted. This phase involves detailed site investigations, including soil and groundwater sampling, laboratory analysis, and risk assessments. The Phase 2 ESA provides a deeper understanding of site contamination and helps determine the extent of remediation required.
  • Phase 3 ESA: In cases where contamination is confirmed, a Phase 3 ESA focuses on remediation and ongoing monitoring. We develop and implement a remediation plan, coordinate cleanup activities, and conduct post-remediation assessments to ensure the site meets regulatory requirements and is safe for future use.

Regulatory Compliance:

Navigating the complex web of environmental regulations can be daunting. We assist you in understanding and meeting your legal obligations, helping you avoid costly penalties and reputational damage. Our experts guide you through the regulatory requirements, ensuring your operations align with sustainable practices.

We believe that environmental due diligence should not only identify risks but also uncover opportunities for sustainable growth. Our team assists you in developing strategies to improve your environmental performance, reduce your carbon footprint, and enhance your reputation as a responsible corporate citizen.

Our Environmental Due Diligence Process