Before you finalize a real estate purchase, protect yourself against undiscovered environmental liabilities and the significant costs they can incur by engaging in environmental due diligence, a comprehensive process that evaluates a site for the existence or the potential risk of environmental contaminants. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) amended the standards and practices for inquiries under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), which establishes a process to determine who is liable for hazardous substances (click here). BEI leverages its technical expertise and in-depth knowledge of environmental regulations to help minimize unnecessary expenditures for our clients through a comprehensive slate of due diligence services, providing clients the information they need to make sound investment decisions. To learn more, call BEI at 908-918-1702 or click here.