A Vapor Encroachment Screen (VES) is a due diligence tool available to the purchaser of a property involved in a real estate transaction. The screen is utilized to identify chemicals that may migrate as vapors onto a property from contaminated soil or groundwater in the vicinity, thereby creating a risk to that property.
Seneca’s final report meets the criteria set forth in the most current standard guide issued as ASTM E 2600. Seneca can conduct a VES as a stand-alone report or in conjunction with a Phase I ESA.
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