Regulatory Assistance for Due Diligence
Before you purchase property, and in order to make an informed decision about purchasing the land you need to conduct “all appropriate inquiries“ also known as “due diligence” to investigate and identify any potential environmental concerns which you would become liable for once you are the property owner. Some concerns include past uses, which left the land “contaminated” with hazardous waste and contamination at nearby properties.
All Appropriate Inquires Final Rule
All Appropriate Inquiries Training
The Registered Environmental Assessor (REA) - Working For You.
Initial Statement of Reasons - Amendment to Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (Proposed New and Expanding School Sites)
Tiered Permitting Phase I Environmental Assessment Checklist (Instructions)
Tiered Permitting Phase I Environmental Assessment Checklist (DTSC 1151)
Due Diligence for School Sites
DTSC's School Property Evaluation and Cleanup Division is responsible for assessing, investigating and cleaning-up proposed school sites. The Division ensures that selected properties are free of contamination or, if the properties were previously contaminated, that they have been cleaned-up to a level that protects the students and staff who will occupy the new school. All proposed school sites that will receive State funding for acquisition or construction are required to go through a rigorous environmental review and cleanup process under DTSC's oversight. See DTSC Schools Schools page for more information.
How do I determine if a property has been contaminated with methamphetamine
Gives the regulatory and legal specifications and requirements pertaining to meth contaminated properties
Gives the regulatory financial requirements which would pertain to meth contaminated property
Guidelines and standards relating to transactions of commercial real estate for performing a Phase 1, Phase 2 Environmental Assessment developed by ASTM.
Methamphetamine Contaminated Property Cleanup Act of 2005 – AB 1078/SB 536/AB 2587