Soil and Groundwater Evaluations
(Phase II Site Assessments) To determine if soil or groundwater has been impacted by a contaminant the site must first be characterized. This includes identifying what types of contamination are on the site, where they are located and in what amounts. Soil and groundwater contamination levels, as well as soil vapor contamination levels are addressed. This information is used to identify any risk to human or ecological receptors by comparing the contamination levels to risk based target values. If contamination levels exceed these target levels, site remediation may include the option of cleaning up the site to safe levels or managing the risks through technology or institutional controls.
Triangle Environmental Science and Engineering Inc works closely with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and PSTIF to ensure your MRBCA project remains economical and efficient. Our professional staff members are well experienced in site characterizations, contamination level evaluations and risk based target level evaluations associated with the Rebecca process.