Assessments and Remediation, Regional Petroleum Retailer

Mid-Atlantic has performed environmental services at approximately 45 project sites throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia on behalf of a major petroleum retailer serving the Midwest and Eastern U.S. These sites include retail fuel dispensing facilities, truck travel plazas, convenience stores, as well as petroleum tanker spills and emergency response for on-site, customer-related spills. The environmental services include soil and groundwater assessment and remediation activities associated with releases of petroleum products from leaking UST systems and surface spills. A number of technologies have been incorporated to assess each site’s potential impact, including direct push technology, hand auger boring, and conventional soil boring, as well as monitoring well installation using hollow stem auger, air rotary, mud rotary, coring, and sonic drilling techniques. Mid-Atlantic has completed hydrogeologic evaluations and prepared numerous CSA reports at multiple sites. We have also utilized geophysical techniques such as DC Resistivity and Induced Polarization to provide additional data for development of site conceptual models. Our engineers have developed numerous Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) and we have installed and operated dedicated remedial systems at 13 of the petroleum retailer’s sites and performed in-situ remediation at several others. Mid-Atlantic has obtained site closure for numerous incidents through remedial efforts and/or managing regulatory hurdles through the Risk-Based Corrective Action framework. Mid-Atlantic pursues and obtains Trust Fund reimbursement for eligible tasks in an effort to reduce expenditures on our client’s behalf.

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