Representing the owner, Goldstein's first step was to identify the cause and extent of the property's contamination. It was quickly determined that the contamination on site stemmed from Deltamethrin, a chemical used in pest control applications and is common on sites formerly occupied by pest control operators. The property was enrolled in the BSRA, which provides various protections against environmental liability to the property owner and complete statutory liability protection to any lenders. Since this enrollment, a remediation plan was approved, however the owners required a loan from GKE in order to complete the clean-up. The site is currently under contract with O'Reilly Auto Parts; contingent on the remediation's successful completion.