Burns & McDonnell has completed the design, construction and operation of remediation systems for contaminated sites across the country. Our comprehensive in-house capabilities allow us to conduct site investigations, compare remediation alternatives, negotiate with agency representatives, design and construct turn-key remediation systems, operate ...
The complex environmental regulatory programs of RCRA and CERCLA / Superfund can present significant costs and challenges for our industrial clients. Hart & Hickman’s long-running experience in these programs affords our clients with greater understanding of the regulatory landscape, solid working relationships with the regulators, ...
Ground Water and Unsaturated Zone Investigations. Ground Water Monitoring. Remediation Design, Implementation and O&M. Remedial Investigation (RI) under CERCLA. Feasibility Studies (FS) under CERCLA. Risk Assessments. Site Selection Studies. Work Plan Preparation (RCRA/CERCLA). Regulatory and Permitting Consulting. Geophysical Surveys to ...
EKI has completed investigation and remediation studies for a variety of contaminated sites. We have prepared EE/CA, RI, and FS reports, QAPPs, and treatability study work plans for federal Superfund sites that are consistent with CERCLA. EKI has assisted at RCRA facilities where hazardous waste releases have occurred by performing the ...
Much of SSP&A's current work involves the investigation of groundwater, soil and sediment contamination at regulated sites. We have amassed considerable experience in RCRA, CERCLA, and state programs nationwide.
Probe Environmental, Inc. in recognition of the need to provide its clients with diverse service options which address their RCRA, CERCLA, NEPA, and SARA Regulations, and non-asbestos environmental needs, is pleased to offer the following services.
McCurry Hydrology has been involved with cleanup-related activities for contaminated soils and groundwater since the mid 1980's, being involved with many CERCLA, RCRA and state-mandated remedial actions.
Cabrera provides expert environmental engineering solutions and has extensive experience providing regularly solutions leading to site closure. Our engineering and scientists provide solutions under MARSSIM, CERCLA, RCRA and other state and federal regulations
By offering innovative low cost remediation alternatives, TRI has successfully completed projects within the LUST, SRP, RCRA & CERCLA frameworks -- receiving No Further Remediation (NFR) letters and saving clients millions of dollars.
Terra Nova's extensive experience includes multiple CERCLA. RCRA Corrective Action and voluntary clean-up projects. Our environmental professionals are committed to obtaining sustained economical value for the client by implementing technically sound and cost effective remedial solutions.
CERCLA Section 106 and 107 Investigations with Multiple PRPs. RCRA Facility Investigations (RFI) of Sites with Multiple Solid Waste Management Units. Hazardous Waste Management Compliance Assistance. Integration of Laboratory Analytical Data with GIS and AutoCAD Presentations
Trevet offers professional environmental consulting experience in the areas of CERCLA and RCRA compliance, environmental compliance, and underground & above ground storage tanks surveys; as well as public outreach; and graphic information systems data capture, analysis, management, and display.
Trevet’s professionals with experience in CERCLA/RCRA compliance perform multi-media (soil, groundwater, sediment) investigations to determine remediation alternatives; effectively manage selected remedial activities; and provide required reporting in a timely manner for public and private sector clients.
Opal remediates sites under a variety of state and Federal regulatory programs including CERCLA (Superfund), RCRA and state Voluntary Cleanup Programs (VCUP). Typically, Opal integrates a number of independent remedial technologies at contaminated sites to provide our clients with a complete solution for soil and groundwater restoration.
CEC has performed risk assessments for numerous types of facilities across the country. Risk assessments have been a part of commercial and industrial real estate transactions (including brownfields sites), industrial operations, waste processing and disposal facilities, above and underground storage tanks, and CERCLA and RCRA sites.