Soil and Groundwater Remediation

Real or perceived risks from environmental contamination can cripple or sometimes kill industrial and commercial operations. At McGinley & Associates, our goal is to convert an environmental liability into an economic asset without disrupting business activities and as cost-effectively as possible. Our engineers and scientists have successfully designed and implemented innovative and proven on-site remediation systems to restore economic vitality and attractiveness to your site.

Site Closure Optimization:
McGinley provides value-added third-party reviews for environmental projects at every stage of development. A careful review of existing site records, remediation designs, and monitoring data, combined with our vast experience, allows our team to fine-tune a remediation project to achieve expedited site closure: owners are freed from costly expenses, operators are freed from site obstructions, developers are free to sell their properties – years in advance of their current consultant’s schedule. The return on investment for our third-party review and closure optimization services typically exceeds the cost by a wide margin.

Our Soils and Groundwater Remediation services include the following:

  • System Design and Implementation
  • Risk-based Corrective Action
  • Groundwater Pump and Treat
  • Air Stripping
  • Dual Phase Extraction
  • Oxidation
  • Air Sparging
  • Vacuum Extraction
  • Product Recovery
  • Monitored Natural Attenuation
  • Bioremediation
  • Excavation/Off-site Disposal

Mobile Remediation System

Looking to reduce costs for remediation? UES provides a non-permanent remediation system to help reduce your costs significantly.

UES now offers remediation services via our line of mobile remediation systems. Each mobile unit consists of an air sparge and soil vapor extraction system mounted to a trailer. Unlike previous remediation systems, this one is not permanent and can be deployed rapidly.

Benefits of a Mobile Remediation System

  • Installing the system is easy, removing the need to hire a contractor to build and install a permanent system for in-situ remediation.
  • Dedicated piping isn’t required and, as such, does not require significant construction and/or site closures to install.
  • The system is rented for as little or as long as needed at a significantly lower cost than constructing a permanent system for remediation.
  • Putting the system to use immediately with existing wells negates long wait times to begin site remediation.
  • Studies have shown that the pulsing nature provided by a mobile system can more effectively remediate impacts quickly.
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