REC

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AcronymDefinition
RECRecord
RECRecreation
RECReceiving
RECRegional Environmental Center
RECReceive (telecommunications)
RECRecorder
RECReceiver
RECRural Electric Cooperative
RECRenewable Energy Corporation ASA (Sandvika, Norway)
RECReceipt(s)
RECRecycle
RECRecruit
RECResearch Ethics Committee
RECRecruitment and Employment Confederation (UK)
RECResources for Early Childhood (Ohio)
RECRenewable Energy Certificate
RECReal Estate Consultant
RECRectifier
RECReckoning
RECResearch and Education Committee (various organizations)
RECResidential Energy Consumption (energy use category)
RECReal Estate Contract
RECRenewable Energy Credit
RECRural Electrification Corporation (India)
RECRyukoku Extension Center (Ryukoku University; Kyoto, Japan)
RECReligious Education Committee (various organizations)
RECReal Estate Club (various organizations)
RECReach Every Child (education)
RECReformed Expository Commentary (Bible commentary series)
RECResearch and Educational Center (various schools)
RECRecovery File
RECRemote Equivalent Copy
RECRegional Engineering Center
RECRequest Confirmation
RECRecording
RECRecognize
RECReverse Engineering Compiler
RECReno Events Center (Reno, NV)
RECRaffles Education Corporation (various locations)
RECRegional Economic Communities
RECRepublican Executive Committee
RECReformed Ecumenical Council (Grand Rapids, MI)
RECReformed Episcopal Church
RECRegional Engineering College
RECRevenue Estimating Conference
RECResource Exchange Center (various locations)
RECReed Exhibition Companies (various locations)
RECRural Electrification Corporation Ltd (India)
RECRegional Education Conference (International Special Events Society)
RECResponsible Endowments Coalition (various organizations)
RECRecognized Environmental Condition (environmental, geoscience, and engineering)
RECRedwood Empire Chapter (various organizations)
RECRegional Examination Center (US Coast Guard)
RECRemote Encoding Center
RECRenal Epithelial Cells
RECRespiratory Epithelial Cells
RECRescue Emergency Care (Ireland)
RECRecord of Environmental Consideration
RECRegional Electricity Company
RECRehabilitation Engineering Centre (various locations)
RECResponsive Emergency Care
RECRevue Electronique de Communication
RECRenewable Energy Cheaper Than Coal
RECRegional Emergency Coordinator
RECRadio Electronic Combat
RECRegional Environmental Coordinator
RECRennes Étudiants Club (French: Rennes Students Club; Rennes, France)
RECRECeive Alarm
RECReceive Error Counter (computer networking)
RECRevenue Earning Customer
RECRéseau Européen de la Concurrence (French: European Competition Network; EU)
RECRadio en Construction (French radio station)
RECRecife, Pernambuco, Brazil - Guararapes International (Airport Code)
RECRenaissance Electronics Corp (Harvard, Massachusetts)
RECRare-Earth Cobalt
RECResource Efficiency Club (UK)
RECRecollections in Christianity (Sacramento, California)
RECRabbit Ear Chamber
RECRegional Energy Commission (Russia)
RECRecommender Systems in e-Commerce
RECRequest for Engineering Change
RECRoll Eccentricity Compensation (mills)
RECRéduction d'Emissions Certifiée (French)
RECRegional Evaluation Center
RECRandom Environment Contest (Robot Battle tournament)
RECSubsafe Re-Entry Control
RECReinsurance Earned Commissions (insurance)
RECRoute Evènementiel Classique (French automobile club)
RECRecord of Environmental Compliance
RECRight-Edge Cell
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A "controlled recognized environmental condition" (CREC), for example, is a release that has received closure from a regulatory agency, but with ongoing restrictions or requirements.
A Phase I examines the property for potential environmental problems and identifies each potential problem as a "recognized environmental condition" or REC.
"Screening for vapor intrusion is typically necessary if there is a recognized environmental condition with the potential for vapors to migrate into a building/structure and accumulate," says Grogan.
In the process of the Phase I ESA, a recognized environmental condition (REC) is uncovered.
An ESA is performed by completing a file review, including certain historical documents, and examining the property to determine whether there is a recognized environmental condition (REC).
A Recognized Environmental Condition (REC) is the presence or likely presence of a hazardous substance or petroleum under conditions that may indicate a release, a past release, or a material threat of a release into structures or on the property or into the ground, groundwater, or surface water at the property.
What is a Recognized Environmental Condition? As defined by ASTM Standard 1527-00, a REC is, "the presence or likely presence of any hazardous substances or petroleum products on a property under conditions that indicate an existing release, a past release or a material threat of a release of any hazardous substances or petroleum products into structures on the property or into the ground, groundwater or surface water of the property."
If a Recognized Environmental Condition (REC) is found during the Phase I Environmental Assessment process, the firm may, at the City s discretion and approval, conduct a Phase II Environmental Assessment.
Consider this: The buyer commissions a standard scope ESA that is admirably completed by the environmental professional, the ESA does not identify any recognized environmental conditions, and the deal closes.
Required services include: *Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessment Phase I ESA (ASTM E1527-13) is an assessment process conducted to identify the presence, or likely presence, of past, present or potential recognized environmental conditions on a subject property and/or surrounding properties.
During due diligence, a buyer will generally commission a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) to determine whether there are "recognized environmental conditions" (RECs) that warrant physical testing and analysis, like soil borings and groundwater wells.
A Phase I environmental revealed no Recognized Environmental Conditions existed at the site, a Phase II is recommended.
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