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are undertaken on property or facilities to determine and quantify potential
environment, health and safety risks and liabilities.
Site Assessments are typically undertaken: for acquisitions and divestitures;
for due diligence reasons; when facilities are being abandoned or decommissioned;
to address regulatory compliance; for insurance purposes; to investigate
known or suspected spills or releases of chemicals.
Site Assessments are usually ‘phased’ studies. The first phase is typically
a non intrusive one involving review of operations, licenses, past practices,
records, air photos, reports, etc. Subsequent phases can involve intensive
sampling, treatment, cleanup, etc. and can lead to the elimination or
mitigation of any environment, health or safety concern.
ELEMENTS provides practical, low cost and high quality services by providing
knowledgeable and experienced assessment specialists, minus
typical high overhead costs charged by more traditional consulting firms.
ELEMENTS professionals have a proven and successful track record working
with companies, regulators, and landowners on assessment issues.
ELEMENTS professionals have successfully
worked on various types of site assessments throughout the oil and gas
industry since the early 1980s. They
have undertaken Phase I, II and III assessments on both small and large
properties and facilities, including gas plants, pipelines, compressor
stations, metering stations, offices, and warehouses.