Environmental Due Diligence

environmental due diligence: The term environmental due diligence represents a broad classification of services designed to understand and manage potential environmental liabilities associated with individual sites. Fulcrum’s environmental due diligence practice includes Phase I Environmental Site Assessments; contaminant investigations and remediation, alternatively referred to as Phase II and Phase III Environmental Site Assessments; and hazardous materials and wastes.  

Our contaminant practice includes investigation of potential contamination (Phase II) and remediation of identified contamination (Phase III) activities. Typical contaminant investigation projects include: leaking underground storage tank site assessments, soil and groundwater sampling, residual agricultural chemical presence in soil, surface water assessment, drywell inspections, landfill and dumping area investigations, and uncontrolled site evaluations.

Fulcrum's hazardous materials and waste practice includes evaluation of drummed liquids, solids, and sludge; assessment of buildings following fire or other natural disasters; and characterization of building demolition debris, including lead by toxicity characteristic leachability procedures.

Fulcrum’s scope of services in environmental due diligence include: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment for property acquisition, sale, refinancing, or site evaluation; contaminant investigations for petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, heavy metals, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, etc. in surface soils, near surface soils, and groundwater; and hazardous materials and/or waste management associated with site cleanups and closure, uncontrolled site investigation, fire damaged buildings, and demolition debris disposal.

207 West Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
p: 509.459.9220

406 North 2nd Street
Yakima, WA 98901
p: 509.574.0839