Regional Utility Company
KEMRON performed services under a Basic Ordering Agreement with this utility client to provide underground storage tank services at sites throughout Georgia. KEMRON is responsible for technical and financial planning, providing recommendations on all aspects of UST corrective action, communication with Georgia Environmental Protection Division, and plotting a course of action to reach a No Further Action Required (NFAR) status for each UST site. KEMRON has provided direct oversight, guidance and management of 11 active sites. We have prepared and reviewed corrective action plans and risk assessments for the sites.
KEMRON was selected by the client to perform Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) under a Basic Ordering Agreement. KEMRON performed the ESAs according to client requirements and ASTM standards for Commercial Real Estate (E 1527). Based on a survey of ascertainable information, a site inspection, and other appropriate inquiry, KEMRON reported on past or present activities on the subject properties. KEMRON performed over 40 ESAs in Georgia.
The ESAs included a review of records maintained by various federal, state, and local government agencies, a site reconnaissance, review of ascertainable site history information (chain-of-title, aerial photographs, USGS topographic maps, etc.), and interviews with people knowledgeable of the site history. These activities are conducted to determine the present and past use of the site. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources Natural Heritage Program was also consulted to determine the location and status of certain rare, threatened, or endangered species that may exist on and/or in the vicinity of the site.