Environmental Access Agreement

Further reflection on cost allocation may be necessary: unlike a seller, the buyer is likely to be keen to gain broad access and flexibility in determining the scale and duration of the sample`s activities. For the buyer, the scope may also be determined by doubts as to the determination of bona Fide`s status as interested[1] and/or the requirements of the lending institution. The duration of access should also be as narrow as possible. When access to Phase II sampling is done, most sites can be sampled in one to three days, but if the approved sampling plan includes groundwater monitoring, access to the site will likely take about a week to allow the wells to balance.

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