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    Environmental Due Diligence     (Page 9 of 14)

    The following pages contain a detailed due diligence checklist that has been compiled from many years of M&A projects.


    While this is one of the most extensive and comprehensive due diligence checklists available for free on the internet, you should consult your lawyer and investment banker as they will likely have a few additional suggestions.


    1. A list of all environmental permits under which any facilities owned or leased by the Company operate.
    2. All written reports made in the last five years regarding any environmental testing or environmental matters affecting the operations or properties of the Company.
    3. All written estimates prepared in the last five years concerning future expenditures for environmental programs relating to the operations or properties of the Company.
    4. All notices and demands of environmental authorities relating to the operations or properties of the Company.
    5. All records regarding compliance history with environmental permits including air, water, waste, and sewer permits under federal, state, and local rules and regulations.
    6. Locations of any on-site hazardous waste disposal sites.
    7. Locations of any underground tanks and lines including those no longer used, specifying any history of spillage or leakage.



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