groundwater contamination

iEnvi offers a 24 hour site reporting service backed by highly qualified scientists and reporters from across the globe. iEnvi recently provided a preliminary site investigation and groundwater monitoring reports for a petrol station redevelopment on an extremely tight deadline.

iEnvi came to the rescue and provided a ridiculously fast and thorough preliminary site investigation and groundwater monitoring reports for a petrol station redevelopment site on a tight deadline to meet settlement dates. These site reports were required as environmental due diligence for financing an expansion of the successful petrol station, including acqusition of the surrounding

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Dense nonaqueous phase liquids (DNAPL) are a group of halogenated semi-volatiles, non-halogenated semi-volatiles, and halogenated volatiles with a greater density than water. These contaminants are found at hazardous waste sites where chlorinated solvents, wood preserving wastes, coal tars, and pesticides have been used. DNAPL are present in immiscible hydrocarbon phase and often are difficult to

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LNAPL

Light nonaqueous phase liquids (LNAPL), sometimes referred to as phase separated hydrocarbons (PSH), are hydrocarbons that have densities lower than water and don’t mix with water (i.e. think of petrol or oil floating on water).  In environmental consulting, we generally come across LNAPL when it floats on the groundwater table or is sorbed into the

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low flow

iEnvironmental Principal Environmental Scientist provided environmental consulting services including removal, validation, and replacement underground petroleum storage systems (UPSS) including underground storage tanks (USTs). They used risk assessment, monitored natural attenuation and other strategies at several Council Depots in Central NSW, and remediated any associated contamination using a practical, safe and cost-effective approach. Detailed assessment and

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