Published: Jan 2007
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Perhaps the most significant difference with respect to Standard requirements between E 1527  and E 1903  is that the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) requires a written report, while the Phase II Environmental Site Assessment does not. Whether the Phase II ESA report is prepared is subject to the contractual agreement between the user and the environmental professional (EP).