Environmental Due Diligence
Value for your business
Liabilities to pay damages can have devastating consequences for transactions otherwise completed professionally and in good faith, if post-transaction findings reveal that extensive soil and/or ground water pollution has taken place in the past.
In recent years, the environmental due diligence has become internationally recognized as a critical aspect to be addressed in connection with property and asset transactions.
The DGE specialists are trained to spot any possible signs of such conditions. We are co-operating with drilling companies who can act almost momentarily to disclose and verify the possible causes of the contamination.
The Environmental Due Diligence focuses on:
- Use of hazardous materials in buildings and constructions
- Handling of hazardous materials and liquids
- Noise emission
- Air pollution and emission
- Ground and soil contamination
- Ground water pollution
- Workers health and safety environment
In an environmental due diligence DGE documents the potential environmental liabilities and obligations related to the transaction. Our assessments are tailor-made to the individual transaction and to the compliance situation relative to national and regional regulations.