Site Condition Reports
A site condition report is required for any facility regulated by the Environment Agency under the Environmental Permitting Regulations.
- A snapshot record of the condition of your site
- A detailed survey at a particular point in time
- Demonstrate you have protected the land
- Land and groundwater in a satisfactory state
- Required for permit regulation
- Demonstrate and measure your environmental commitment
This regulates certain activities that could harm the environment or human health).
A site condition report – carried out by an experienced EMS consultant –describes and records the condition of the land and groundwater at your site at a particular point in time. It will enable you to demonstrate that the land is in a satisfactory state, and that you have protected the land and groundwater during the time you have been on site.
During the survey – which is also known as a Phase 1 and Phase 2 survey – our expert consultant will assess for any potential liabilities for soil and groundwater contamination that may have occurred on site. You’ll need this information prior to an application for a permit, during the time you are operating on the land, and when you surrender your permit.
By carrying out a detailed review of the land – including taking and analysing soil and groundwater samples and supervising site works – EMS can give you peace of mind that your business has a current snapshot record of the condition of your site.
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