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Remediation Services

We implement every remediation strategy with a purpose and a plan to measure success.  To us, the best remedial approach is one that goes beyond just the treatability aspects and incorporates actual site circumstances, client goals, timing and financial constraints. And because we don’t sell or represent any particular products or services, we always remain objective in our recommendations. We were born and raised on great remediation projects. Confidence in our ability to clean up a site has resulted in the removal of over 3,000,000 pounds of contaminants from our region. Our breadth of remediation services include:

  • Equipment Rental, Customization and Integration
  • Feasibility Studies and Pilot Testing
  • In-situ Bio/Chemical Treatments
  • Life Cycle Cost Projections
  • LNAPL / DNAPL Recovery
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Remediation Design and Construction
  • Remedy Screening, Selection and Exit Strategies
  • Risk-Based Closure
  • Short/Long-Term Mobile Equipment Sourcing
  • Soil and Groundwater Remedies
  • System Design, Construction, and Operation
  • System Troubleshooting and Repair
  • Under-performing System Optimization
  • Underground Storage Tank Assessment and Removal
  • Vapor Intrusion Studies
  • Vapor Mitigation Remedies

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  • Tales from Academia: How Did I Get Here?

    Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought to yourself, “How did I get here?” That was the exact question I asked myself the first morning I began my career at BSTI. Up until that point, I had spent the last four years at West Chester University (WCU) studying geology and having the time… Read More

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  • BSTI to Facilitate ASTM E50 Task Group Meetings in Texas

    On May 23rd and 24th, BSTI’s Tripp Fischer and Nora Pearse will be attending a group meeting for the ASTM E50 Sediments Corrective Action Task Group in Spring, Texas. With over 40 individuals on the RSVP list, this meeting will have the largest attendance since the start of the development of the sediment standards back in… Read More