RCRA, CERCLIS, ACM, soil and groundwater contamination, gradient,
polychlorinated biphenyl, VOC, benzene, toluene, trichloroethane,
xylenes, ppb, ppm - what does it all mean to you and your
many properties have not been developed because of a perceived
or real environmental contamination concern. Even worse than
not developing a property is paying too much for a remediation
technology when other options may exist. Although environmental
consultants are trained to consider the type of contamination
and an appropriate remediation technology, they seldom, if
ever, look at land use as part of their evaluation.
includes land use in the evaluation.
is experienced in environmental site evaluations and remediation
technologies that may allow development of the property during
remediation. Defining a land use that will allow site monitoring,
attenuation or other options may allow immediate development
of land that was once thought to be useless or too costly
information about environmental and remediation issues, contact
Infill at firstname.lastname@example.org.