goal is to help clients get property removed from State and Federal agencies'
contaminated site lists, or to avoid being placed on these lists to begin with.
The company offers landowners, businesses and communities complete service to
assist in the restoration of contaminated property, including site characterization,
soil analysis, debris removal, soil treatment and addressing state and federal
REMEDIATION AND BIOREMEDIATION
The Remediators facilitates the client
needs for cleanup to provide the most appropriate methodology to achieve results.
This may include physical removal of substances from a site or other remedial
plan to treat contamination on-site. The Remediators expertise lies in the remediation
of soils using a biological process known as Microflora
Enhancement. Using fungi to clean contaminated soil, The Remediators offers its
clients a real solution to their environmental problems. The process is safe,
effective, and can often be accomplished at a fraction of the cost of more traditional
treatments. Keeping living organisms alive and thriving under these adverse conditions
requires very specialized knowledge and a profound understanding of soil microbiology.
The Remediators' staff and scientific network leads the world in large-scale applications
of soil remediation using fungi.
Characterization and Assessment process is the first step in understanding contamination
issues faced by the landowner or potentially responsible party (PLP). The Remediators
Inc. trained personnel compile exhaustive historical environmental data to provide
an extensive background of any property. The team relies on multi-agency standards,
such as Triad Methodology to offer the greatest level of flexibility to make field
decisions based on field results.
I Environmental Site Assessment: The objectives of a Phase I Environmental
Site Assessment (ESA) are to assess the environmental concerns associated with
current and past uses of the site, and adjacent sites, to determine the requirements
for further investigation or remedial action. Phase I ESA typically include:
- A visual inspection
of the property and adjacent properties
determination of any Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
interviews with persons knowledgeable about the site
of current and historic site activity
of any regulatory agency records or data
comprehensive Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Report includes the results
of the assessment, opinions, conclusions, and recommendations.
II Environmental Site Assessment : A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment
is conducted after the results of a Phase I ESA have indicated on-site or off-site
environmental concerns that warrant further investigation. The objectives of a
Phase II ESA are to evaluate and describe site hydrogeological conditions, determine
the location, type, and concentrations of contaminants, and determine the requirements
for remedial action based on the applicable regulatory environmental guidelines.
The Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Report will give detailed explanations
of environmental concerns, specific site characterizations, and remedial solutions
Reduce your potential liability through due dilegence and all appropriate inquiries.
Risk evaluation is a crucial consideration
when evaluating State and Federal cleanup guidelines. Risk assessments provide
a clear direction for decisions regarding the remedial action required, cleanup
levels to be achieved and permitting requirements. The Remediators can provide
multi-pathway risk assessments under a variety of regulatory considerations.
negotiation with State and Federal agencies is the true measure of our success.
Until a client is released from the burden of mandated remedial action, the client
has not resolved the property contamination issues, even if that contamination
has been eliminated. The Remediatorts staff has experience with government regulations,
policies, guidelines and procedures in multiple states, negotiating reasonable
cleanup and monitoring guidelines and directing projects to "No Further Action"
status, and de-listing of property from contaminated site lists.||
Remediators Inc. helps developers and communities with abandoned properties to
help them restore the economic potential of both the land and the community.
are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated
by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or
contaminant. Cleaning up and reinvesting in these properties takes development
pressures off of undeveloped, open land, and both improves and protects the environment.
Brownfield Development Fund
ADESA Environmental Services
ADESA Environmental partners
The Remediators Inc. to provide full service capabilities for asbestos
abatement, wetland delination and environmental audits.
BIOREMEDIATION OF SOIL USING FUNGI - Click on any image to enlarge
contaminated soil treated with fungi demonstrates rapid colonization after just
a few days. Mycelial enzymes naturally degrade a wide variety of organic
biomass is amended to soil, providing oxygen and readily available nutrients to
the microbial community. Fungi lead the aerobic
digestion of chemicals, leading to enhanced microflora activity even in heavily
and preparation for application of biomass. Heavily impacted soil resists natural
attenuation due to factors of temperature, humidity, and soil type.
Vigorously growing microbes quickly
move through soil mixture, releasing enzymes which chemically dissolve toxic compounds.
Removal of soil, or any residual component is unnecessary once digestion is complete,
typically within 4 to 6 months