Written By Steve Henshaw, President & CEO, EnviroForensics
As seen in the October 2012 issue of Cleaner & Launderer.
In the early 1980’s, when the field of environmental consulting was just starting, the United States Congress was busy developing guidance documents to direct how site investigations and cleanup would be conducted. The science was new and there wasn’t a lot of data to draw from with respect to how chemicals “behaved” in the subsurface. Everything from our understanding of the fate and transport of chemicals in groundwater to our ability to remediate and contaminated aquifers was in its infancy. Continue reading “Using Conceptual Site Models To Direct Investigations and Cleanups”