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Subsequently, environmental assessments of property have been used at operating facilities, abandoned lands, and Brownfields sites to determine property conditions for continued use and reuse. Most recently, as a prerequisite for certain buildings to obtain their LEED® rating, the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) has required environmental assessments of property to be conducted that conform to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards.
Site Auditing: Environmental Assessment of Property provides purchasers, lenders, bankers, investors, landlords, tenants, sellers, environmental consultants, architects and attorneys involved in USGBC LEED® projects, with the information to help them understand the environmental liabilities associated with contaminated properties, and to evaluate the opportunities to limit such liabilities through all appropriate inquiry.
In addition, Site Auditing: Environmental Assessment of Property is a valuable resource for those conducting site assessments to ascertain the environmental conditions of property for any regulatory or business purpose.
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|Three-Phase Guidance||Covers Phase I: Environmental Site Assessment, Phase II: Site Investigation, and Phase III: Site Characterization CERCLA RI/FS and RCRA RFI/CM|
|Extensive Coverage||Details the process for conducting all appropriate inquiries; the EPA s Superfund Redevelopment Program and Brownfields Initiative; and federal and state mechanisms such as grants, pilot projects, and tax incentives that expand the scope of the guide to cover reuse options|
|Checklists||Provides detailed dos-and-don ts checklists for each phase|
|Graphics||Includes flow diagrams|
|References||Incorporates Internet references to current information|