Sustainable Remediation

 

Sustainable Response

Most environmental impacts can be addressed by a combination of individual methods or approaches. GeoInsight is familiar with evaluating and implementing both traditional and sustainable remedial techniques including:

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  • Complex bioremediation to accelerate natural processes
  • Conventional capping/isolation combined with use restrictions
  • Impacted material removal with off-site disposal
  • In-situ stabilization
  • In-situ destruction, and
  • Monitored Natural Attenuation

 

Documenting Our Remedial Selection Process: Feasibility Studies

Feasibility studies determine the most appropriate remedial approach for your site, balancing the cost of implementation with the benefits gained by risk reduction. We have conducted numerous feasibility studies to inform and document our remediation selection process and rationale. As part of this process, we consider the:

  • Short- and long-term impacts to humans and the ecosystem
  • Generation of direct and indirect wastes that must be managed
  • Likely duration and practicality of the remedial approach, and
  • Energy expenditure and cost of the overall remedial effort.

 

We help you select the most appropriate remedial option then accurately determine the cost to implement your solution: in both the short- and long-term.

 

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Featured Case Study

Dredge Cell Engineering: Landfill Reuse

To assist the City of Dover, in cooperation with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), in performing a navigational dredging project in the Cocheco River, GeoInsight prepared a comprehensive design and permitting package that was approved by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) as a win-win solution.