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Environmental Services – Geocon strives to evaluate all aspects of your site with respect to potential, suspected, or known contamination including:

  • the contaminant(s),
  • the media impacted,
  • past/present/planned site use,
  • threat to human health and/or the environment,
  • our client’s plan for the Site,
  • past/present/necessary or required regulatory oversight, and
  • cost

We will determine if remediation is necessary and help you get over the environmental hurdles related to your site.

Services

  • Brownfield Redevelopment Studies
  • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments
  • All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) Studies
  • Soil and Groundwater Investigations
  • Risk Assessments and Feasibility Studies
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Surveys
  • Naturally Occurring Asbestos Evaluations
  • Remediation Engineering Design
  • Remediation System Construction
  • Remediation System Operation and Maintenance
  • Regulatory Compliance/Permitting
  • Stormwater Compliance/Monitoring
  • Air Monitoring
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Soil Gas Surveys
  • Aerially Deposited Lead Surveys
  • Landfill Assessments
  • Litigation Support
  • Mine Waste Evaluations
  • Underground Storage Tank Removal/Closure
  • Aboveground Storage Tank Installation
  • Remedial Excavations
  • Construction Management Support
  • Asbestos Pipe Removal/Disposal
  • Hazardous Waste Management

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