A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (Phase II ESA) is an investigation of soil, groundwater, surface water, sediments, and occasionally bedrock or indoor air. The purpose of a Phase II ESA is to evaluate potential source areas of contamination, determine the extent of potential contaminant migration from the source areas, and determine if sensitive receptors are impacted.
Campbell Environmental Group staff have performed over 150 Phase II ESAs for private companies and state and federal agencies. We have investigated a wide variety of sites where many types of industries have operated.
A Phase II ESA completed by CEG may include one or more of the following techniques: