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Environmental Remediation

An environmental cleanup is a very trying experience for owners of real estate or responsible parties. Trusting your consultant to negotiate for you and make good decisions is vital. Partner will never lose sight of how precious that trust is.

Remedial Design

Partner’s remediation engineers and scientists work together to design the most cost-effective remedial process that will take our clients to regulatory closure and/or through the legal process. The design is critical to the success of the project.

Implementation and Closure

Partner will implement the remedial action plan and work with regulators until site closure is achieved. Partner will also collaborate with our clients to restore the property to its full potential.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are two main types of remediation methods:

In-situ methods: These treat the contamination in place, such as by injecting biological agents to break down pollutants [1].
Ex-situ methods: These involve removing the contaminated soil or water and treating it elsewhere in a specialized facility [1].

The best remediation method depends on several factors, including the type of contaminant, the extent of contamination, and the surrounding environment. Specialists consider factors like safety, effectiveness, and cost [2].

The steps involved in environmental remediation typically include:
Site assessment: Identifying the extent and nature of contamination through site investigations and sampling.
Remedial action plan: Developing a plan outlining the proposed cleanup methods and objectives.
Implementation: Carrying out remediation activities such as excavation, treatment, containment, or monitoring.
Post-remediation assessment: Evaluating the effectiveness of remediation efforts and verifying that cleanup goals have been achieved.
Long-term monitoring and maintenance: Monitoring the site to ensure ongoing protection of human health and the environment.

Common technologies used in environmental remediation include:
Excavation and removal
Soil vapor extraction
Pump and treat systems for groundwater
In situ bioremediation
Chemical oxidation
Phytoremediation (using plants to remove contaminants)
Barrier systems (e.g., impermeable caps or barriers to contain contamination)

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