Hazardous Waste Assessment & Remediation
No-Nonsense Clean Up Plans
CEI has been working in hazardous waste remediation since the firm`s inception in the late 1980s. Over that time, CEI has distinguished itself by providing no-nonsense engineering and remediation services that focus on rapid, thorough cleanups and cost minimization.
Our objective is to make the work as painless as possible for the client, both monetarily and in time. We have closed out/cleaned up sites dealing with a wide variety of media (e.g., soil, surface waters/wetlands, groundwater, vapor intrusion) and pollutants including oils, heavy metals, asbestos, volatile organic compounds, PCBs, perchlorate, uranium and a variety of other problems.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Brownfields Tax Credits
- Brownfields Assessment & Redevelopment
- Remedial Engineering & Design
- Design/Build of Remediation & Reuse Options
- In-situ Treatment
- Site Assessments
- Litigation & Regulatory Negotiation Services
- Comprehensive Permitting Services
- Site Regulatory Closure
Sand and Gravel Mines – Ensure Your Environmental Compliance
A mine in northern New Hampshire faced fines of up to $532,500 for violations of the Clean Water Act and the Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations (click here). Sand and Gravel Mines are subject to several Federal and State regulations aimed at preventing pollution, and it is your responsibility to know and be in compliance with them. Requirements for the discharge of process waters, stormwater, dewatering water can be confusing, and meeting water quality limits for turbidity, total suspended solids, pH, etc., in these discharges can be complex.
Massachusetts UST Owners Must Have Licensed Operators
On February 3, 2012, The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) promulgated new regulations which require the Owners/Operators of underground storage tanks (USTs) to designate a Massachusetts-certified Class A, B and C operator for each UST system they own or operate.
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