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Next-Gen Solutions, Inc. has professionals on staff, each with over 22 years experience, that can help you assess if the Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) process can assist you. In many cases the process is adapted to fit specific needs for each client and property.  Over the past 22 years, Next-Gen’s professionals have completed thousands of ESAs (including Phase I, II and II) throughout Texas with continued success including meeting Client’s needs and meeting closure requirements in accordance with State and Federal Regulations. Next-Gen’s professionals have successfully provided Client’s with valuable information for them to make sound business decisions with regard to their real estate transaction.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments:

Review property, environmental and historical records to identify the likely presence of a recognized environmental condition.  Next-Gen can generate a Phase I ESA Report for your specific property on a timely basis in the ASTM standard format and/or in a custom format meeting the Client’s and/or the State or Federal requirements.

Phase II Environmental Site Assessments:

Based on findings of the Phase I, the Phase II ESA plans and typically implements a soil and/or groundwater sampling investigation to identify and evaluate extent of potential environmental impacts. Next-Gen utilizes its own drilling equipment for Phase II’s (over 14 years as a licensed driller in Texas) or can subcontract if project requires additional equipment.  Next-Gen can also provide drilling only services for other environmental companies.

Phase III Environmental Site Assessments:

Based on the findings of the Phase II, the Phase III ESA develops and evaluates “cleanup measures” for the identified environmental impacts. A remedial action would then be implemented based on an evaluation of remedial alternative(s) that could include, but not limited to,  excavation of affected soil and disposal, dual phase (groundwater, product and soil vapor) extraction systems, in-situ enhanced bio-remediation, etc..  Next-Gen’s professionals have extensive experience in installing and implementing remediation systems with continued success.

Closure:

Upon successful completion of satisfying corrective action requirements in accordance with State and Federal regulations, a “closure” letter from the regulatory agency(s) is typically issued.  Next-Gen utilizes its own drilling equipment to decommission monitor wells in accordance with Texas regulations (over 14 years as a licensed driller in Texas) and dismantle and remove remediation systems. Next-Gen can also provide these closure services for other environmental companies.

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