National Radon Action Month

January is National Radon Action Month.  Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can build up to dangerous levels inside any home.

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Understanding the Two Types of Wetland Restoration Practices - Marketing Department

We all know that it’s important to protect our wetlands, but sometimes it can difficult to distinguish the different ways a site can be restored.  Here are some brief definitions from the EPA of the two types of wetland restoration practices:


   Post Date: 9/26/2018

Direct Push Technology (DPT) - When to Use for Soil and Groundwater Sampling - Marketing Department

Choosing the best drilling method depends on several factors including soil composition, type of samples, and depth. When multiple samples are needed from a wide area in a short time, direct push technology (DPT) is typically your best option. Direct push probes may be used to collect in-situ, geophysical, geochemical, and geotechnical measurements. This type of drilling uses percussion and static force to drive steel boring rods into the ground, which allows several samples to be collected quickly across a large area.


   Post Date: 6/13/2018

Everything You Need to Know About Landfills! - Marketing Department

A landfill is defined as a facility used for the disposal of solid waste. Landfills are designed to monitor and ensure compliance with all federal regulations. They are also designed to protect the environment from contaminants that may be present in the waste. Monitoring systems for landfills also check for any sign of groundwater contamination and landfill gas, and provides additional safeguards.


   Post Date: 1/23/2018

Wetland Restoration - Marketing Department

A Wetland is defined as an area where water covers the soil, or is near the surface of the soil all year or at specific times during the year.


   Post Date: 1/19/2018

Contaminated Soil Excavation Defined - Marketing Department

Contaminated soil excavation may seem like nothing more than precisely what the name states, but think again. 


   Post Date: 12/3/2015

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