ES&H works hard to prevent and eliminate damage to the environment through a team of technicians with extensive experience in safely removing hazardous and non-hazardous chemical contaminated waste. The ES&H team develops site-specific solutions while maintaining full compliance with government regulations to restore accident sites, work sites and any contaminated water or land environment back to their natural state.
Bio & Onsite Remediation
In some cases, removal of the contaminated materials may not be the most desirable or cost-effective method of remediation. When appropriate conditions exist, ES&H manages the treatment of waste on-site to reduce recovery and disposal costs. Using various bio-remediation techniques, ES&H can conduct these land farming methods to reduce contaminated soils to acceptable levels on-site.
Dig & Haul
In many cases, the most rapid and cost-effective method to treat impacted soils is to excavate the impacted areas and remove them from the site. While not as technical or advanced of a method as bioremediation, physical removal is a significantly more definitive and rapid method of restoring the environment. ES&H maintains a comprehensive inventory of earth moving equipment, roll-off boxes, roll-off trucks, and 18-wheeler vehicles to rapidly remove impact soils following an incident. The ES&H team has substantial experience with field screening, waste profiling, manifesting, and disposing of impacted soils.
ES&H can provide technical sampling services for a wide variety of contaminants across many impacted media streams. Whether the site is being sampled to delineate the extent of contamination at the beginning of the project, or to document the closures of the site, ES&H's team of professionals can complete the project. ES&H's highly experienced staff is well versed on proper QA/QC protocols, proper preservation methods, and chain-of-custody procedures. The ES&H team has extensive experience with the numerous different state and federal closure standards to ensure all regulatory requirements are met.