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Get the facts and enjoy the peace of mind you deserve

Whether you are buying or selling a home?or both?you are likely to have a thorough home inspection before you make any

decisions. Most people are familiar with termites, lead paint and wet basements. But what about "environmental hazards"?



Recent statistics show that there are over a half a million leaking underground storage tanks nationwide.

Leaking storage tanks are just one example of an environmental condition that can affect your family?s

health and your investment?which is why there is a growing demand by consumers for more in-depth

information about environmental conditions in and around a home.

The EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report identifies potential risks such as leaking underground

tanks, landfills, and toxic waste sites on or near a property. The report is delivered in an accurate,

comprehensive, easy-to-understand summary, and is available to you through your local EDR-Certified

home inspector.


If you are buying a home:

Protect your family and investment.


If you are selling a home:

Showing that your home has a "clean" record is a valuable selling feature.



EDR is the nation?s leading and most trusted provider of environmental risk information reports.

You can be confident that every EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report is backed by over 15 years

of experience and the accuracy and comprehensiveness of the largest collection of local, state, and

federal environmental information in the U.S. If an environmental hazard is revealed, your

EDR-Certified provider is trained to guide you to a solution, which oftentimes can be resolved though

inexpensive and easy to implement solutions.

Whant to learn more?Want to learn more?

Visit us on the web at:  for more information, and to find an

EDR-Certified home inspector.


$150.00 per report. 



EDR Environmental Report Approval Form


An EDR environmental report on the property and neighborhood is available to you.  It identifies if there are recorded instances of contamination on or near the property.


Environmental contamination issues can pose health and investment risks.  It is unwise to assume that residential dwellings and property are not subject to these issues, regardless of the age, state, region of the country, urban or rural setting of the property.


The report typically searches the following databases as well as others suited to a residential property, depending on the locale:


·        Leaking Underground and/or Leaking Above Ground Storage Tanks

·        Landfills

·        State Hazardous Waste Sites

·        Federal Priority and Proposed “Superfund” Sites (most serious)

·        Emergency Response Notification Sites

·        Clandestine Drug Lab Sites (“Meth Labs”)

·        Center for Disease Control Environmental Health Assessments

·        Active and Former Department of Defense Sites

·        Radioactive Material Activity Sites


Reports show if any of these records of contamination are within a 300 foot radius (a 6 acre circle) of the target property, as well as what is beyond 300 feet, up to accepted EPA search distances.  These reports DO NOT include septic tanks, or the presence of radon, lead, asbestos, mold or other conditions inside the structure.


Typically, the “status” of these records is indicated in the report. If the status is not available or if you would like additional information you will have these options

  • Your inspector can procure more detailed information about specific sites by providing a Detail Site Report
  • The Report provides contact information for agencies that provide data within the Neighborhood Environmental Report
  • You can contact an professional Environmental Consultant


Reports are recommended and available at a cost of  $ 150.00.


Circle your choice: 


I would like an environmental report on this property.


Waived.  I do not wish to obtain an environmental report on this property.



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Signature of Authorized Inspector

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