Selecting A Remedial Technology

Written by Steve Henshaw, P.G., President and CEO, Enviroforensics

As seen in the January 2009 issue of Western Cleaner & Launderer

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Selecting a remedial technology could be the most important decision you could make.  So how does one go about selecting a cleanup approach and what factors come into play?  The effectiveness of any cleanup technology is dependant on the chemicals being remediated (petroleum or perchloroethylene), the chemical concentrations, the geologic or stratigraphic setting of the Site, the depth to groundwater and whether or not groundwater is impacted and will need to be remediated.  If anyone tells you that they can cleanup contamination without knowing the specifics of the site, be very cautious of that individual. Continue reading “Selecting A Remedial Technology”