By entering your address, selected government databases identify known and potential contamination sites within a 300-foot radius, potential environmental issues beyond 300 feet and up to 1 mile, and provide detailed information about the specific hazard along with contact information for the government agencies that provide the data.
We ran a Neighborhood Environmental Report for a small business owner who was looking to purchase a residential property in Shavertown, PA.
The property was going to be purchased for cash. We completed the search and identified a specific potential problem with a past but active leak at a gasoline station. This led the buyer to ask for more information. When the right questions were asked, it was determined that there may be some environmental hazards that could impact the value of the property. In addition, the preliminary search suggested that the property could be located in a floodplain.
A quote from the buyer:
“The preliminary information and educational materials allowed me to better understand my risk and allow me to find a new property in a timely manner and save over $200,000.00“
– GW, Shavertown, PA, 2015
Abandoned Meth Labs are an environmental hazard. During the period from 2010 to 2011 – the following are the states with the most “Meth Lab” busts: Missouri, Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, and South Carolina.