Walter Hang founded and has served as President of Toxics Targeting, Inc. since 1990. His firm operates a state-of-the-art Geographic Information System (GIS) that manages data for more than 850,000 known and potential toxic sites reported by local, state and federal environmental authorities in New York.
These sites include industrial dumps, leaking petroleum tanks, toxic spills, hazardous waste sites, pollution discharges as well as active and abandoned solid waste landfills. Toxics Targeting's GIS maps site locations using government tax parcel coverages and street address ranges.
Toxics Targeting specializes in generating pre-purchase Phase I Environmental Database Reports that comply with ASTM E1527-13 requirements. Reports search 24 toxic site categories on as well as around any address at varying distances up to one mile away. Identified sites are mapped and profiled.
Toxics Targeting's detailed reports are typically used for environmental due diligence purposes by lawyers, appraisers, engineers, environmental consultants, government agencies, financial institutions, residential homebuyers and property investors
Toxics Targeting's GIS services are also used by public and private drinking water suppliers as well as for land-use management, zoning, site remediation, transportation planning and regulatory compliance.