Environmental Due diligence is the process of assessing a property and its history to make sure that it does not have any Recognized Environmental Concerns, or RECs. Assessment of a property can involve a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, a Phase II Subsurface Investigation, and Phase III. These assessments will identify or remediate RECs present on a site. Environmental Due Diligence will also allow you to qualify for the innocent landowner defense” if contaminants are discovered at your property in the future.