EDR Radius Map Report

A powerful search of environmental records on your property and the surrounding area is a critical first step in comprehensive environmental due diligence. Here is why more than 200,000 commercial real estate transactions rely on EDR’s Radius Map each year:

  • EDR searches over 1,600  environmental databases, including hundreds of state, city and tribal sources not searched by the competition.
  • All EDR Radius Map Reports now include Lightbox, a revolutionary workflow tool for reviewing environmental records.
  • An interactive map showcases environmental database hits and layers over a current aerial and a USGS Topo image
  • Advanced PDF features including useful bookmarks, hyperlinks and links to site details on state agency websites save you time.
  • EDR’s Exclusive High-Risk Historical Records database ensures you never miss a historic gas station, dry cleaner or manufactured gas plant.
  • The Radius Map Summary Report streamlines review and reduces report length by 90%.
  • GeoCheck® is available to help you understand your property’s physical setting and comply with ASTM E1527-13 Section 8.2.4.
  • Includes EDR SiteSearch® allowing you to conduct additional supplemental searches by keyword or address.


Radius Map layers


EDR’s team of data analysts maintains relationships with government agencies and new sources of data are updated quickly. Our update process meets and exceeds the requirements of ASTM E1527. Data currency is just one reason that the EDR Radius Map Report the most comprehensive in the industry.


Thousands of environmental consultants rely on EDR Radius Map Reports for their Phase I ESAs, Transaction Screens, Desktop Reviews, RSRAs and other scopes of work every day. Over the years, our name has become synonymous with our flagship report! Though we’ve offered this report since the 90s, we’ve never stopped innovating. Check out EDR Lightbox to see how we’ve re-imagined environmental records analysis.

The EDR Radius Map meets and exceeds the search requirements laid out in ASTM E1527-13 and EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry Rule.