A Conceptual Site Model of the site is completed during the CSA that indicates the horizontal and vertical extent of contamination and delineates the concentrations present. MGF then evaluates this data and prepares a Corrective Action Plan (CAP) providing the remediation option most suited for the site given the subsurface conditions and chemical/petroleum concentrations. This is presented to the client for discussion and approval and then to the State regulatory agency for final endorsement.
A bench test or pilot study of the proposed technology is typically conducted to determine how the application will reduce the contaminant concentrations at the site. Site-specific conditions such as soil types, depth to groundwater, slope gradients, and time since the release occurred affect the remediation approach and system design.
Former Homes of Merit, Henderson, North Carolina
Air Sparge/Soil Vapor Extraction System to Remediate Gasoline-Impacted Groundwater
Former Gasoline Station, Middleburg, Florida
Ozone Injection to Diffuse Hydrocarbons in Groundwater