Environmental Due Diligence
Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) is the collection and assessment of data relative to environmental conditions or impacts prior to a transaction to identify and quantify environment-related financial, legal and reputational risks.
Whether you are buying or selling a piece of land or a business, we can help you clearly identify and understand the environmental risks and liabilities associated with the transaction. We provide land focused services which evaluate potential and actual soil and groundwater liabilities pertaining to business.
REC has extensive experience in the provision of a unique range of Environmental Due Diligence services to both public and private sector clients. Our clients benefit from REC's expert knowledge in all aspects of potential environmental liabilities and from our technical expertise in the following:
- Environmental and Legal Compliance
- Remediation of Identified Contamination
- Flood Risk Assessment
- Ecology Services
- Presence of Asbestos Containing Materials in Buildings
- Compliance Status and Environmental Permitting
- Abatement of Noise and Vibrations
- Odour Monitoring
- Health and Safety Regulations and Concerns
REC's Environmental Due Diligence Assessments aim to collate and interpret information to provide reports offering a great understanding of a site's contamination issues. Thanks to our national coverage and emphasis on local deliverance, REC is able to mobilise any of our multi disciplined teams of environmental consultants to address the increasingly tight time scales associated with due diligence projects.