EarthNet provides innovative, cost-effective, and regulation-compliant investigations tailored to the needs of our clients. Our team of geologists, chemists, and environmental scientists provides a comprehensive range of services to characterize and assess contaminants in soil, bedrock, groundwater, surface water, and indoor air. Proper and accurate delineation of soil and groundwater contamination at underground storage tank (UST), above ground storage tank (AST) superfund, and Brownfield redevelopment projects is crucial in establishing potential risk to human health and the environment and developing cost effective Corrective Action Plans (CAPs).
We are experienced in a wide variety of techniques required to assess petroleum and other contaminants and in understanding their potential for subsurface transport. Our comprehensive risk assessments gauge and determine present and potential risks to human health and the environment, enabling our clients to make the best possible environmentally conscious decisions regarding their needs.
EarthNet personnel provide air and groundwater monitoring services to various government and private sector clients and adhere to strict Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) standards for sample collection and analysis. Our knowledge of federal, state, and municipal regulations ensures prompt and accurate data collection and reporting.
Our groundwater monitoring programs at leaking underground storage tank (LUST) and Brownfield facilities are often implemented as compliance monitoring events which may result in regulatory agencies requiring either active remediation or monitored natural attenuation. Our monitoring activities are performed in accordance with all appropriate sample collection, preservation, handling, and chain-of-custody procedures.