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ERIS is a leading provider of detailed environmental risk data and research for properties in the United States and Canada. Our depth and variety of data, coupled with our innovative tools like ERIS XPLORER, allowing you to visualize and analyze all risk information together in one place, make Phase I ESAs and environmental risk research easier than ever. ERIS environmental database reports, physical setting reports (PSR), historical property information including fire insurance maps, aerial photos (historical aerials), topographic maps, city directory searches, chain of title, and lien searches are used by environmental consultants, commercial developers, lenders, home inspectors, for real estate due diligence and commercial environmental planning.

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ERIS XPLORER is a new powerful, interactive tool for overlaying and analyzing data and historical images. Order as an add-on product to any Database Report, Physical Setting Report or Historical Product, including Aerials, Topos, and Fire Insurance Maps.

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A new online subscription service that provides real-time environmental risk information for properties throughout the US and Canada.

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Physical Setting Report Available Now!

The ERIS PSR provides comprehensive information about the physical setting surrounding a site and includes a complete overview of topography and surface topology, in addition to hydrologic, geologic and soil characteristics. The location and detailed attributes of oil and gas wells, water wells, public water systems and radon are also included for review.

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