The soil condition, a key factor on a Due Diligence

Before executing a sales operation or an investment in a plot of land or in a company, it is highly recommended to consider the soil situation, in order to avoid future problems.

When an investor starts a process of buying a company, plot of land or industrial warehouse, the historical and the present state of the soil must be taken into account, since they are determinant for the price as much as for the duration of the operation, not to mention eventual responsibilities related to it.

Just like auditions are executed before a sales operation or investment to evaluate the assets and financial risk, the same should be done in regard to the environmental factor. An Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) allow us to know the environmental record of the business or land, in which there are included the demanded requirements, the level of implementation, the derived responsibilities and associated costs, something that becomes especially important in the case of industries.

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