ITPEnergised is a trusted advisor providing client-focused, reliable, commercially minded, environmental and energy consulting services. We have an experienced Environmental Due Diligence team who provide our clients with the in-depth advice they require while remaining commercially focused and pragmatic.
Our Environmental Due Diligence reports are designed to identify the material environmental risks associated with your merger or acquisition, determine the level of those risks and provide advice on mitigating or managing these risks.
We work closely with our clients to ensure all issues are clearly identified and appropriately assessed.
We pride ourselves on providing detailed information in an easily understood and technically robust manner.
We have provided Environmental Due Diligence support for a variety of major commercial transactions including two international airports in the UK, oil and gas industry properties in the UK and Norway, waste facilities in Portugal, manufacturing plants in Ireland, as well as numerous industrial, retail, office and leisure properties throughout Europe.
We have experience in working on projects for all sides of the ‘investment table’ such as acquisition, divestment and refinance.
Our approach is to always find a pragmatic solution.
We have an excellent understanding of the material risks which may affect you as a result of the transaction. We have in-house experts are also available to add key support to projects where required.
Our Environmental Due Diligence assessments include the key environmental areas:
- Environmental Management,
- Environmental Permits,
- Legislative Requirements,
- Contaminated Land and Legacy issues,
- Air Emissions,
- Energy Management and Efficiency,
- Bulk Chemical Storage,
- Water Supply and Waste Water Management,
- Waste Management,
- Hazardous Materials Management and Storage
- Statutory Nuisance – Odour, Noise and Other Nuisance
Our reports will provide advice on the significance of the identified risk, the potential for environmental liabilities to arise and recommendations for any further investigations or actions to clarify, mitigate or manage the risks associated with the merger and acquisition transaction.
Download the Environmental Due Diligence – Mergers and Acquisitions Capability Statement PDF here.