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Phase I, Commercial & Residential Clients

Phase I Consultants

Engineers

We check a variety of environmental databases that are only available in New York. These information sources are available exclusively from Toxics Targeting and can be critically important for identifying "recognized environmental conditions."

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Environmental Consultants

In New York City, Toxics Targeting maps more than 150,000 sites on a lot-by-lot basis. Reports include a Tax Parcel Map as well as a Tax Parcel Information Table that identifies property owners, property zoning, assessments and other real property data. No other firm provides this detailed information in a Phase I Environmental Database Report.

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Phase I Consultants

Consultants also save time and money by using Toxics Targeting's reports because site profiles are instantly retrieved by clicking map identification numbers. As a result, database reports can be reviewed super quickly and efficiently.

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Residential Clients

Property Investors

Virtually every New York community has leaking gasoline and fuel oil tanks, abandoned landfills, pollution discharges or contaminated commercial and industrial properties. These hazards can pollute nearby homes, reduce property values, impose toxic clean up liability and threaten the health of residents.

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Homebuyers

Check homes and businesses for more than 270,000 known or potential environmental hazards in New York State.

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Commercial Clients

Lenders

Toxics Targeting works with secured mortgage lenders to avoid serious financial risks associated with loss of collateral value or potential clean up liability.

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Lawyers

Address risks to clients' homes, property, and health using our reports.

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Real Estate Professionals

Avoid reduced property values and imposed toxic clean up liability.

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Government Agencies

Pinpoint pollution hazards associated with drinking water, regulatory compliance audits, transportation and more.

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