NOW AVAILABLE! ERIS' NEW VAPOR SCREENING TOOL
ERIS has created a new tool dedicated specifically to assessing the risks associated with vapor encroachment. Add the tool to any package — and conveniently access it within ERIS Xplorer. ANALYZE, INTERPRET, REPORT all in one place.
NEW! INTERACTIVE MAPPING
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.
REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENTAL RISK INFORMATION ERIS DIRECT SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE
A new online subscription service that provides real-time environmental risk information for properties throughout the US and Canada.
Introducing ERIS' New
Physical Setting Report
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.
May 21, 2019 - From working with the industry’s largest firms, I’ve learned that there’s no shortage of commercial real estate data. This is hugely beneficial when integrated properly, but unfortunately, problems arise more often than not when it comes to data connectivity and accuracy.
May 21, 2019 - David and Pam Mills have grown tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and okra on their secluded Appalachian property for about 18 years now. This will be the first year the retired couple doesn’t. They just can’t trust their soil anymore. Not with what’s being built barely a five-minute walk away.
May 21, 2019 - Trash-covered beaches, turtles asphyxiated by fluorescent pink drinking straws, and thick grey smog—these are the kinds of images we typically associate with pollution around the world. But what about the environmental contamination we can’t see? This is what photographer and activist J. Henry Fair sets out to capture.