Due-Diligence

Environmental Due Diligence Community Banks: Tip Sheet for Sound Environmental Policy Building

Community Banks: Tip Sheet for Sound Environmental Policy Building

Read our overview of the essential elements that must be considered when developing a policy to address environmental risk....

Environmental Due Diligence Environmental Consultants and Engineers

Environmental Consultants and Engineers

Since we opened for business in 1990, our mission has been to promote the environmental consulting industry and fill the needs...

Appraisers How to Survive an Appraisal Compliance Audit (Part I of II)

How to Survive an Appraisal Compliance Audit (Part I of II)

Read part 1 of our series on the things that bank examiners are looking for in an appraisal compliance audit...

Environmental Due Diligence EDR®’s Handy SANBORN® Legend

EDR®’s Handy SANBORN® Legend

One of the our most-requested tools, at your fingertips! We've printed hundreds of thousands of these SANBORN MAP® legends over the years, and just about every environmental consultant has a copy on their desk, in their car or in their work bag. Now you can have the digital file, too, to access from your computer, smartphone or tablet...or just print your own!

Environmental Due Diligence REFRESHER: ASTM Revised the Transaction Screen Standard

REFRESHER: ASTM Revised the Transaction Screen Standard

Author: Kathy Satterfield ASTM E 1528-14 Standard: A Refresher on Key Areas of Change ASTM issued a revised version of...

Environmental Due Diligence Where Specifically Does ASTM E1527-13 Address Vapor?

Where Specifically Does ASTM E1527-13 Address Vapor?

Learn what sections in ASTM E 1527-13 specifically address vapor and whether it should be treated as a risk under...

Environmental Due Diligence ECR Series: “Reliance Letters? If necessary—but only for the right client and on our Terms (and conditions)”

ECR Series: “Reliance Letters? If necessary—but only for the right client and on our Terms (and conditions)”

Is the Phase I environmental site assessment report private—for the client’s eyes only—or able to be passed along from one user to another? This was a topic of discussion initiated by a group of more than 200 Phase I ESA professionals from across the country, brought together by a shared belief that the environmental due diligence industry lacks a unified voice.