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o Environmental document(s) review may include but not be limited to the following reports: *Phase I, II, III Environmental Site Assessment Reports *Hazardous Building Materials Survey Reports *Remedial Action Plans, Soil-Groundwater Management Plans *Environmental Cost Estimates for Remediation or Abatement *Provide Environmental Field Observation, Monitoring & Oversight to ensure that: *Environmental remediation and/or abatement work complies with applicable CHFA Guidelines, State and Federal Laws and Regulations, including but not limited to CT DPH, CT DEEP, HUD, EPA, and OSHA requirements.
Veba has worked on the project for about a year and is waiting for a site assessment report from the Ontario Power Authority before it chooses a final location.
The town was required to file three other subsequent reports to DEP between February 2004 and February 2005: A Phase II Comprehensive Site Assessment Report, a Phase III Remedial Action Plan and a Phase IV Remedy Implementation Plan.
Historically, real estate developers, owners, lenders and trustees have relied on engineers to do property site assessment reports as the primary method of managing environmental risk.
Nasdaq: VINF), today announced that its entire line of environmental Phase I site assessment reports and maps are now available for delivery within minutes through its Web site.
The building repair component, which is based on the site assessment report by Alana, Buick and Bers in 2006, recent staff site visits and contractor quotes, consists of high priority exterior repairs, including replacing and repainting the veranda decking and replacing the rear porch/staircase on the main house; and replacing the roof, siding, and repainting the carriage barn.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that ExxonMobil Corporation delivered a site assessment report to Maryland state officials last week in which the company maintains that its Exxon filling station in the Upper Crossroads community of Fallston, MD is not the source of the contamination of local water walls with the fuel additive methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE).
As more and more major lenders adopt this relatively new kind of insurance to use in tandem with, or in place of, Phase I site assessment reports on loan applications, the MBA's Commercial Loan Origination Committee created the task force to provide context and standards for its members.