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16 August 2016

Kevin Costner’s character in “Field of Dreams” built a baseball park in an Iowa cornfield on the seemingly ludicrous mantra,”if you build it they will come.” He did, and they did. Now, the city of Indianapolis is betting its economic future on a similar concept. The idea that abandoned factories can...

25 March 2016

EnviroForensics proudly presents data and potential solutions for methane management at drycleaner bioremediation sites to environmental scientists, engineers and professionals at the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) national conference on Soil, Water, Energy and Air in San Diego, California. Click here to learn more about AEHS and EnviroForensics’...

29 February 2016

An article by EnviroForensics’ CEO and President, Steve Henshaw, that was published on INside Indiana Edge discusses the steps a business owner should take to address environmental contamination on their property–the first step of which is finding and hiring a dedicated, trustworthy team of environmental experts to conduct the investigation and...

13 January 2016

Abandoned, rundown properties can not only create an eyesore in the community, but can also be dangerous. The best option is redeveloping these properties into useful community spaces. However, environmental cleanup is usually required for this to happen. HAPSITE, an innovative technology used by EnviroForensics, can be used to achieve...

10 December 2015

Virtual-Strategy Magazine posted an article discussing a blog post on HAPSITE technology that was originally published on the EnviroForensics blog. The blog post, written by EnviroForensics’ Megan Hamilton and Jeff Carnahan, details HAPSITE technology, which is used by the EnviroForensics Vapor Intrusion (VI) team and is designed to deliver real time qualitative and...

26 October 2015

From The Times Northwest Indiana, by Lauri Harvey Keagle lauri.keagle@nwi.com, (219) 852-4311 An article from the Times of Northwest Indiana discusses EnviroForensics’ plans for thermal remediation at the site of a former Hammond dry cleaner, Do-All Village Cleaners. Thermal remediation evaporates groundwater and is faster than other remediation processes. If approved, it will...

26 October 2015

From The Times Northwest Indiana, by Lauri Harvey Keagle lauri.keagle@nwi.com, (219) 852-4311 An article from the Times of Northwest Indiana discusses Mercury Cleaners, a Valparaiso dry cleaner that EnviroForensics is currently performing a soil and groundwater contamination cleanup on. We were able to work with the owners and IDEM on a remediation plan...

28 May 2015

It’s obvious when a business owner pays attention to his or her property: the facility is inviting and well-maintained. On the other hand, do you wonder why some boarded-up gas stations and other businesses remain frozen in time for years? There may be several reasons: polluted ground that the owners...

04 May 2015

EnviroForensics is moving into a larger headquarters in downtown Indianapolis due to an increased demand in its services. Currently located at 602 N. Capitol Avenue, we will be renovating and moving into a building at 823 N. Capitol. For more information on our new headquarters, read the full article in...

23 April 2015

Articles in the New Albany Times Tribune and American Drycleaner discuss EnviroForensics’ work at Nu-Yale Cleaners in Jeffersonville, which involved the investigation and remediation of below-ground contaminants. To collect soil samples, our team of environmental professionals excavated contaminated soil inside the building, a complicated process considering the load-bearing building foundations, underground...

11 February 2015

EnviroForensics is carefully locating and removing groundwater and vapor pollution in a location important to Southwest Indiana’s history. EnviroForensics’ client, Pearl Laundry & Cleaners, is the oldest business in Evansville that is located in a building still being used for its original purpose. The main cleaning plant for Pearl Laundry...

04 November 2014

Teamwork by Klinke Cleaners, Wisconsin DNR and Wisconsin environmental consultants EnviroForensics keys successful dry cleaner cleanup The success of EnviroForensics’ cleanup of a busy Wisconsin dry cleaning site may be summed up in one word: teamwork. In this case, a three-pronged project involving Klinke Cleaners — a familiar business in...