Chemical and petroleum contamination of soils and groundwater can pose a significant risk to human health and the environment, as well as being a costly liability to property owners and lending institutions. EI has expertise and experience in addressing regulatory requirements associated with the assessment and remediation of soil and groundwater contamination.
EI's staff includes professional geologists and engineers with extensive training and experience in subsurface assessments, who have performed hundreds of soil and groundwater evaluation projects throughout the southeast and mid-atlantic region. In addition, EI's engineering staff has experience in the development and implementation of soil and groundwater remediation projects. EI's capabilities include:
EI can assist clients in complying with federal and state regulations governing site investigation and cleanup activities at sites requiring corrective action under RCRA, or at inactive/abandoned sites regulated under CERCLA/Superfund. EI has experience in the technical aspects of the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites, as well as the expertise to represent clients during negotiations with regulatory agencies. EI's services include:
Current federal and state regulations and increased public awareness of environmental impacts from leaking UST incidents have resulted in the need for specific expertise in UST assessment and remediation. EI has extensive experience in: