We were recommended by an attorney to the owner of a strip mall to define the extent of a chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOC, primarily tetrachloroethene or [PCE]) plume and implement a long-term remedial strategy without disrupting multiple tenant business operations.
- Excavated accessible CVOC – and fuel oil-impacted soil.
- Worked with existing business operations to remediate without disruption of business. We installed soil borings inside a pharmacy during off-hours to assess impacted inaccessible soils.
- We completed indoor air evaluations and risk assessments to evaluate needs for additional remediation and to assess tenants who were not exposed to inhalation risk during remediation. Furthermore, we implemented a periodic indoor air monitoring plan to evaluate ongoing tenant and public exposure.
- Evaluated potential risks for neighboring properties. We evaluated the downgradient property for potential vapor intrusion impacts while considering proposed site redevelopment plans.
- Advised our client and their legal counsel on the long- and short-term remedial strategies that allowed the client to plan and budget, while also meeting New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) standards.
- Continue to manage ongoing requirements associated with the Site’s Groundwater Management Permit.
Scope of Services
- Site Characterization of CVOC plume
- Short- and long- term remedial strategy development and implementation
- Coordinate with client and client’s legal team
- Complete remediation of CVOC impacts
- Indoor air assessment
- On- and off-site vapor intrusion evaluations