Your Content Goes Here The application of enhanced in situ bioremediation for the treatment of chlorinated solvent source areas, referred to as dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL), offers major potential as a technically and economically effective remediation option. Project SABRe (Source Area BioRemediation) was designed to develop and demonstrate [...]
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Your Content Goes Here Geosyntec has been retained by a client who has been required under IPPC to address contaminated soil and groundwater issues at their manufacturing site in Ireland. The project objectives have migrated from providing peer review to leading a detailed site characterisation study and risk assessment [...]
Your Content Goes Here Initially Geosyntec was retained to provide peer review and direction of a retained consultant’s work in relation to an assessment of contaminated land liabilities at an 88Ha facility. The subject site has a 60-year history of industrial use. It was initially developed to produce chemical [...]
Your Content Goes Here In 1993, as a result of corporate safety, health and environmental policies, the client initiated a review to assess potential hazards to human health and the environment resulting from historical industrial waste disposal activities. In 1998, the potential for vadose zone vapour transport of chlorinated [...]
Your Content Goes Here An underground construction information management system (UCIMS) was developed by itmsoil to monitor construction data from the new east-west rail link across London known as the Crossrail. The Crossrail project construction works, Europe's biggest construction project with projected costs of £15.9 billion, include underground development, [...]
Your Content Goes Here Optimizing and completing post-closure care (PCC), or aftercare, of closed MSW landfills in Europe is a major issue facing SITA, the waste services arm of Suez Environnment. Working with the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), Suez and SITA turned to Geosyntec to investigate [...]
Your Content Goes Here Geosyntec Consultants has been retained to assist a multinational chemical distribution business in understanding and addressing contaminated land liabilities at their three of their main UK facilities, located in Central Scotland, Southern England and South Wales. The sites are active and the remedial solutions were [...]
Your Content Goes Here Geosyntec was awarded an initial two year Framework Contract in 2008 to provide contaminated land and groundwater consultancy support to the Irish EPA. This was won under open tender. Geosyntec was awarded 100% marked for technical ability and experience, proposed project team, and programme management [...]
Your Content Goes Here Groundwater at this former manufacturing facility is impacted with chlorinated solvents, principally tetrachloroethene (PCE) and its dechlorination daughter products. A groundwater pump-and-treat (P&T) system operated at the facility property boundary since 1997 has successfully limited the off-site migration of impacted groundwater. However, the P&T system [...]