groundwater site services in Maine

  • Groundwater Remediation Services

    Woodard & Curran operates and maintains nearly 50 municipal, federal, and industrial water/wastewater facilities nationwide, ranging in size from .1 MGD to 330 MGD.  We also provide cost-effective solutions at groundwater remediation sites where pump and treat systems are installed.

    By Woodard & Curran based in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Groundwater Remediation Services Service line

  • Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

    A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (Phase II ESA) is an investigation of soil, groundwater, surface water, sediments, and occasionally bedrock or indoor air. The purpose of a Phase II ESA is to evaluate potential source areas of contamination, determine the extent of potential contaminant migration from the source areas, and determine if ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

  • Civil Engineering Services

    The design of improvements to a site must consider all the physical aspects of the site as well as any regulatory restrictions. A complete physical survey of any site includes 'surveys' that are not apparent to the ultimate user of the developed project, but which are very important to preparation of a successful plan. The engineer and surveyor ...

    By Roaring Brook Consultants, Inc. based in South Berwick, MAINE (USA).

  • Environmental Engineering Services

    As environmental experts, Roaring Brook Consultants will support you throughout the entire process of adjusting an environmental claim. We made the process easier by investigating environmental claims and overseeing the project clean-up to ensure it is completed properly and economically. Roaring Brook Consultants is adept at all aspects of ...

    By Roaring Brook Consultants, Inc. based in South Berwick, MAINE (USA).

  • NAPL Recovery

    Because of past industrial practices, non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) are present at many remedial sites. The regulatory community recognizes both the physical limitations associated with removal of NAPL from the subsurface and the potential for long-term groundwater and soil vapor degradation posed by NAPL. As a result, NAPL recovery, to the ...

    By Key Environmental, Inc Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Storage Tank Removals - Trucking Facility

    Campbell Environmental Group supervised the removal of a 1,000-gallon capacity, concrete, underground structure, from a trucking facility in southern Maine. Following the removal of the structure, CEG completed Phase I and Phase II ESAs at the site. The concrete structure acted as an oil/water separator for storm water collected from two catch ...

    By Campbell Environmental Group, Inc. (CEG) based in Falmouth, MAINE (USA).

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