In the event that a petroleum or other chemical release is detected, an assessment of soil and groundwater, typically involving the installation of soil borings and monitor wells, may be required.
If concentrations exceed regulatory limits, Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) principles can be employed if allowed by the applicable regulatory agency. RBCA involves the evaluation of the potential exposure of sensitive receptors in the site vicinity. If the risk to human health and the environment is acceptable, no additional corrective action may be required. In some instances the RBCA may indicate unacceptable risk, or the extent of concentrations exceeding regulatory limits is sufficiently large to preclude RBCA, and corrective action/remediation is selected to achieve regulatory compliance.
GRI’s Geologists, Engineers, Environmental Scientists, and Project Managers have the experience necessary to employ the most expedient and cost-effective assessment and remediation methods to achieve regulatory compliance. If a remediation system is needed, GRI has extensive experiencing designing the right system for your remediation needs.
We have been doing business with Geological Resources for over twenty years and have always found them to be impressively professional and efficient. GRI keeps their clients interest as top priority and are devoted to closing sites quickly and cheaply while keeping focused on the ultimate goal of cleaning a contaminate site. I would highly recommend Geological Resources for any job, large or small.