SI1Bodine Environmental Services has been providing Site Assessment Services for clients since 1988 and has a staff of environmental professionals with certifications and experience to conduct all phases of Site Assessments

Most commercial real estate transactions now require a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of the property to comply with the due diligence property inspection requirements of the Innocent Landowner Defense under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).  The objective of a Phase I is to identify, to the extent feasible, “recognized environmental conditions” in connection with the property.  An “environmental professional” is responsible for determining the presence, or likely presence, of any hazardous substances or petroleum products in, on, or at the site by reviewing government records; conducting a thorough visual reconnaissance of the property and all property structures; interviewing current owners, past owners, and government officials; and reviewing historical documents such as aerial photographs, topographic maps, fire insurance maps, local street directories, etc. 

A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment is recommended in cases where further investigation may be required.  Phase II is a quantitative inspection to verify and define potential hazards that were identified in Phase I.  Phase II may include soil sampling, groundwater sampling, soil gas sampling, indoor air quality testing, drums and waste materials testing, asbestos inspections, investigating potential underground storage tank locations, or a combination of these. 

A Phase III Site Assessment can involve full site remedial investigation and selection of an appropriate/feasible remedy for contamination found in the first two phases.  Bodine can guide clients through the remedial design phase and carry out the remedial activities called for in the design, helping to bring contaminated sites to the point where regulatory agencies issue a “No Further Remediation (NFR)” letter.  Bodine is a certified Illinois EPA Emergency Response Contractor, and an Illinois EPA Corrective Action Contractor. 

Bodine continues to provide specialized industrial cleaning services to a wide variety of corporate and municipal clients. We operate from a core philosophy of adding value to our client's business by providing solutions to their difficult cleaning problems.

No company wants to be in need of emergency response services but accidents happen. And when they do, you definitely want the experience and technical capabilities that Bodine Services provides.

When a client needs environmental services, they usually want to deal with a single entity that can accomplish the task at hand without the need to involve other outside parties. Bodine understands this and is able to provide not only Contracting Services but Consulting Services as well.

Bodine conducts and assists with waste sampling and profiling along with manifesting, transportation, and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

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