Remediation of environmental contamination is sometimes necessary to comply with environmental regulations or to reduce human or ecological receptor exposure to environmental impacts. To plan and implement a successful remedial program, it is important to understand:

  • The applicable regulatory framework including cleanup standards;
  • The type, fate, and transport mechanisms of contaminants;
  • Site hydrogeology;
  • Possible human or environmental receptors; and
  • Responsible Party’s (RP) business objectives, conditions or restraints.

EndPoint provides a full range of remedial engineering services that focuses on applying our understanding of project objectives, site characteristics, and the use of proven technologies. These services include:

  • Development of conceptual remedial designs,
  • Preparation of Remedial Action Plans (RAP) and Feasibility Studies,
  • Bench scale and pilot tests,
  • Engineering design plans and specifications,
  • Bid process management and contractor selection,
  • Permitting,
  • Remedial system installation and oversight,
  • Operation, maintenance, and performance evaluation/optimization of remedial systems, and
  • Site closure.

We are experienced in the implementation of remedial systems that treat, destroy, stabilize, recycle or degrade various contaminants in all types of environmental media such as ground water, soil, wetland sediment and surface water, soil vapor, and indoor air. Such remedial technologies or approaches may include:

  • Soil excavation and disposal/recycling,
  • Soil vapor extraction and air sparging (bioventing),
  • In situ biodegradation and monitored natural attenuation (MNA),
  • Chemical stripping and carbon adsorption,
  • Soil stabilization or solidification,
  • Chemical Oxidation,
  • Multi-phase extraction (bioslurping), and
  • Pump and treat for hydraulic control of ground water contaminant plumes.