ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
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APEC has conducted environmental assessments throughout Micronesia, including
Environmental Impact Assessments, Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, and Phase II
Environmental Site Assessments. Related experience includes:

Emergency Environmental Site Assessment, Umatac, Guam: APEC performed an
Emergency Environmental Site Assessment (EESA) in accordance with American Society for
Testing and Materials Standard E 1903 at the site of a diesel and gas fuel release caused by a
tanker truck accident in Umatac, Guam. The purpose of the EESA was to provide an initial
characterization of the subject site based upon data obtained within 72 hours of the fuel release
incident. Duties included sampling and analysis of soil contamination, delineation of extent of
contaminants of concern, and report preparation including mitigation and remediation
recommendations. Client: Mobil Oil Guam, Inc.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Guam Reef Hotel, Tumon, Guam: APEC
performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Transaction Screen Process of the Guam
Reef Hotel and properties located on Lot Nos. 5060-1NEW, 5060-A, AND 5091-1 NEW, Tumon,
Guam, in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E
1528. Work carried out during the ESA included reconnaissance of the subject and adjoining
properties, personal interviews, and review of historical records and regulatory databases in an
effort to identify evidence of recognized environmental conditions that may impact the property.
Client: Civille & Tang Law Offices.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Hotel Nikko, Tumon, Guam: APEC performed a
Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of the Hotel Nikko Guam and property located on Lot No.
10113-1, Tumon, Guam, in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials
(ASTM) Standard E 1527-00. Work carried out during the ESA included reconnaissance of the
subject and adjoining properties, personal interviews, and review of historical records and
regulatory databases in an effort to identify evidence of recognized environmental conditions that
may impact the property. Client: Ishin Hotels Group.

Hazardous Waste Site Investigation, Mecheche, Guam: APEC performed a hazardous
waste site assessment for a 8,550 sq. meter parcel of land located in Mecheche, Guam, in
accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1903. Duties included
sampling & analysis of soil for metals, PCBs, pesticides, herbicides, and petroleum hydrocarbons
as motor oil, diesel and gasoline; recording of site conditions; and preparation of a site
investigation report including recommendations and cost estimate for clean up activities. Client: C.
L. Taitano, P.C. (Law Office)

CUC Power Plants 1 & 2 Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, Lower Base, Saipan,
CNMI:
APEC conducted a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for CUC Power Plants
1 & 2 sites (Lot No. 205 E 01), Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI. The purpose of this Phase II ESA was
to provide an initial overview of the environmental condition of the subject site, specifically
relative to the presence of any hazardous substance or petroleum product contamination. Duties
included coordination with CNMI officials; sampling and analysis of environmental and industrial
media; and report preparation including mitigation and remediation recommendations. Client:
Commonwealth Utilities Corporation

Hazardous Waste Site Investigation, Dededo, Guam: APEC performed a hazardous waste
site assessment for a parcel of land located on Harmon Loop Road, Dededo, Guam, in
accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1903. The purpose of
the investigation was to determine environmental impacts to the property associated with
uncontrolled disposal of debris. Activities included site inspection, soil sampling and analysis, and
report production. Client: D. Hernandez (Landowner’s Representative).

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot 1148-R2, Barrigada, Guam: APEC performed
a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of parcel of land located in Barrigada, Guam, in
accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1527. Duties included
reconnaissance of the subject and adjacent properties; interviews; review of historical records
and regulatory databases; and report preparation. Client: Harvest Baptist Church.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot 22700-R1, Kagman, Saipan, CNMI: APEC
performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of parcel of land located in Kagman,
Saipan, in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1527. Duties
included reconnaissance of the subject and adjacent properties; interviews; review of historical
records and regulatory databases; and report preparation. Client: Mobil Oil Guam, Inc.

Investigation of Potential PCB-containing Oil in Electric Transformers at the Saipan
International Airport, Saipan:
Performed environmental investigation of transformers stored at
the Saipan International Airport. Duties included: preparation of a Site Investigation Plan;
background investigation; field screening using Dexsil type Clor-D-Tect kits for field
determination of total halogens and chlorine; collection of oil samples for analytical laboratory
analysis for PCBs; and preparation of a Site Investigation Report. Client: CNMI Commonwealth
Ports Authority.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Lot No. 5075 Part-1, Dededo (Upper
Tumon), Guam:
APEC performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of parcel of land
located in Dededo, Guam, in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials
Standard E 1527. Duties included reconnaissance of the subject and adjacent properties;
interviews; review of historical records and regulatory databases; and report preparation. Client:
Biscoe Investments.

Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline Investigation Lot No. 5075 Part-1, Dededo
(Upper Tumon), Guam:
APEC conducted a Limited Phase II EBI at Lot No. 5075 Part-1,
Dededo, Guam. The investigation was conducted in accordance with the ASTM standard E-1903.
The purpose of the Limited Phase II EBI was to re-evaluate site environmental conditions
identified by a previous site investigation. Soil sampling and analysis activities were performed in
order to determine existing soil total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH) concentrations. Determination
of soil TPH concentrations was necessary in order to ascertain whether or not corrective action
was required at the site. Client: Maeda Pacific Corp., Guam.

Puerto Rico Power Plant Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Limited Phase II
Baseline Investigation, Saipan, CNMI:
APEC performed Phase I activities for Puerto Rico
Power Plant. Duties included aerial photograph interpretation, title research, environmental
records research, interviews with CNMI agency personnel, site reconnaissance, digital
photography, and report preparation including mitigation and remediation recommendations. The
follow up Phase II included an assessment of the horizontal and vertical extent of heavy metals,
PCBs, total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), and chlorinated hydrocarbons contamination
identified in the Phase I EA. Duties included coordination with CNMI officials; generation of work,
health and safety, and sampling and analysis plans; sampling and analysis of environmental and
industrial media; and report preparation including mitigation and remediation recommendations.
Client: Rolls Royce Power Ventures, Inc.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Phase II Environmental Baseline
Investigation of Lot 10070-A-3-R3, 1610A Kyn Josen Juana, Dededo, Guam:
APEC (with
Tetratech EMI) performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and a Phase II
Environmental Baseline Investigation (EBI) of a 17,000 square feet parcel of land located in
Dededo, Guam, in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standards E
1527 and E 1903. Phase 1 duties included reconnaissance of the subject and adjacent
properties; interviews; review of historical records and regulatory databases; radon, asbestos
and lead based paint investigation; and report preparation. Phase II duties included sampling &
analysis of soil for heavy metals and hydrocarbons associated with improper disposal of
approximately 300 lead acid batteries, automobile parts and supplies. An EBI summary of
findings report was prepared at the conclusion of the investigation. Client: United States
Department of Agriculture.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline
Investigation Lot No. 2438-1NEW, Mangilao, Guam:
APEC performed a Phase I
Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and a Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline
Investigation of a 7,900 square feet parcel of land located in Mangilao, Guam, in accordance with
American Society for Testing and Materials Standards E 1527 and E 1903. Phase I duties
included reconnaissance of the subject and adjacent properties, interviews, review of historical
records and regulatory databases and report preparation. Phase II duties included sampling &
analysis of soil for metals, heavy metals and petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil, diesel and
gasoline. An EBI summary of findings report was prepared at the conclusion of the investigation.
Client: Mobil Oil Guam, Inc.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot No. 101-4B-2 Mongmong-Toto-Maite, Guam:
APEC performed an environmental investigation of the subject property on behalf of the Hong
Kong and Shanghai Bank. Responsibilities included: researching past property use; site
inspection for regulated substances; review of historical records and regulatory databases;
hydrogeological investigation; above and underground storage tank presence indications;
regulatory agency liaison; and report preparation. Client: Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking
Corporation.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 4, Tract 259
Municipality of Tamuning, Guam:
Performed environmental investigation and risk assessment
on behalf of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. Responsibilities included: researching past
property use; site inspection for regulated substances; review of historical records and regulatory
databases; hydrogeological investigation; above and underground storage tank presence
indications; regulatory agency liaison; and report preparation. Client: Hong Kong and Shanghai
Banking Corporation (HSBC).

Environmental Impact Assessment for Proposed Aimeliik Landfill, Babeldaub, Palau:
APEC and the engineering firm Winzler and Kelley Inc. completed an Environmental Impact
Assessment for the proposed Aimeliik Landfill, Babeldaub, Palau. APEC performed a
hydrogeological survey, supervised geotechnical fieldwork, and subcontracted and supervised
archeological, wetlands, biological, and cultural surveys for the proposed Aimeliik Landfill. Client:
Republic of Palau Bureau of Public Works.

Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Field Investigation Report, Guatali, Piti, Guam: The
purpose of the investigation was to evaluate the proposed site in relation to landfill siting criteria
specified in Guam's Solid Waste Rules and Regulations and in the Federal Regulations 40 CFR
258. Specific areas of investigation included: fault proximity, geological stability, wetlands,
archeology and unexploded ordnance. Client: Guam Department of Public Works.