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Contaminated Sites

Feasibility Studies and Remediation System Design

Path Forward has considerable experience in the development of feasibility studies to evaluate potential remedial strategies designed to achieve project cleanup goals and objectives. Our feasibility studies typically follow the USEPA’s Guidance on Conducting Non-Time Critical Removal Actions Under CERCLA and are conducted to evaluate various remedial approaches including:

  • Administrative controls, such as land use covenants and deed restrictions
  • Engineering controls, such as soil caps and vapor intrusion mitigation systems (VIMS)
  • Active remedies, such as enhanced monitored natural attenuation, soil excavation, chemical or biological injections, and groundwater and/or soil vapor (SVE and/or dual phase) extraction systems

Following completion of a feasibility study, we document the design and performance of the selected remedial technology in Response Plans (RPs; under the California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act [CLRRA]), Removal Action Work Plans (RAWs), Remedial Action Plans (RAPs), and Remedial Design and Implementation Plans (RDIPs).

Please contact us for further information regarding how our Feasibility Studies and Remediation System Design services may assist your project.