A well-developed remedial action plan ensures that the remedial technology to be implemented will be appropriate for the site, the most cost effective, and will provide the best results. EI specializes in documenting and managing cost and performance information. EI’s highly qualified staff uses the best information along with current regulatory agency cleanup criteria in the decision making process. EI’s engineers and geologist are ready to assist you with developing and implementing remedial options including:
Feasibility Evaluations for Remedial Options
- Remedial Alternatives – Monitored Natural Attenuation
- Remediation Programs Evaluations
- Systems Operation Assessments
Remediation System Design/Installation/Operation and Maintenance
- Air Sparging
- Aggressive Fluid/Vapor Recovery
- Groundwater Pump and Treat
- Soil Vapor Extraction
Ex-situ Remediation Methodologies
- Soil/solid waste removal
- Thermal and Bioremediation
Groundwater Monitoring Programs
- Remediation Evaluations
- RCRA closure obligations
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As someone who orders all the Environmental work for our commercial loans it is essential to have a team of folks we can not only rely on, but trust to get the jobs completed in the time allotted. EI is always thorough in their work and continues to make sure our collateral is well documented and environmentally sound.
It is estimated that 5.6 million or more workers are at risk for occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. OSHA requires employers provide training to any employee that has the potential to be exposed to bloodborne pathogens or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030 (the standard) applies to all workers in the private sector, as well as civilian employees of Federal entities.