Environmental Due Diligence

What is Environmental Due Diligence?

EDD is the process of assessing the environmental conditions of a property in connection with a property merger or acquisition (MA) so that investors are aware of the potential environmental liabilities.

We can help you:

By conducting a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) which covers the following processes:

  • Historical records review dating back to the property's first developed use
  • Carry out checks with regulatory bodies on past spills or fire incidences
  • Site survey to understand current operations, and operations carried out on adjacent facilities and the surrounding areas
  • Conduct interviews with on-site personnel to confirm identified potential environmental concerns
  • Conduct a limited environmental, health and safety compliance assessment to provide an effective due diligence for industrial transactions

Contact us

Andrew Chan

Andrew Chan

Sustainability & Climate Change Leader | Consulting Partner, PwC Malaysia

Tel: +60 (3) 2173 0348

Redha Shukor

Redha Shukor

Operations Consulting Leader, PwC Malaysia

Tel: +60 (3) 2173 1832

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