Soil and Groundwater Remediation
Spills can quickly pollute surface and subsurface soil and water sources. In the event of a waste or pollutant release, you want to act as quickly as possible to contain soil contamination and protect surface and groundwater resources. TGE provides expert environmental remediation services across a variety of industries, resulting in accurate assessment and mitigation of contamination site and proper implementation of appropriate and agency-approved corrective actions.
TGE coordinates with regulators and operators to, address crude oil and condensate spills in both sensitive and non-sensitive areas in an efficient and sustainable manner. Our experience base spans the former Bakersfield California oil fields, active Canadian oil sands, select E&P fields of Alaska and the western U.S., active and inactive fields across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and other Gulf States, and the sensitive resources of the Florida Everglades. TGE’s expert personnel are well equipped to establish bench marks and protocols, and employ remedial strategies that balance environmental and economic demands to effectively represent the interests of the client and to ensure compliance with environmental statutes and regulations.
Groundwater Remediation Services
Impacted groundwater sources pose a significant threat to the health of the public and the environment. TGE develops remedial strategies for impacted Class 1, 2, and 3 groundwater resources. Among others, we perform the following services in compliance with existing regulation to reach “No Further Action” status for clients:
- Groundwater sampling and testing
- Initial site characterization
- Horizontal and vertical plume delineation
- Development of remediation plans
- Remediation management
- Reporting (as required by client and regulators)
- Post-remediation evaluations
Impacted Soil Remediation
The complicated task of handling contaminated soil requires experienced environmental professionals and in-depth technical and regulatory knowledge. We develop and implement cost-effective remediation strategies that adhere to federal, state and local regulations, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA); the Resource Conservation and Recovery ACT (RCRA); and the Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), to name a few.
We manage the implementation of soil remedial efforts during pre-construction, excavation, and demolition. We have extensive proven experience conducting soil remediation efforts in accordance with regulatory standards.
Technical and scientific expertise and familiarity with local, state, and federal regulations make TGE a valuable asset for managing and preventing contamination. Contact our firm to learn more about our soil and groundwater remediation services.