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Project experience with the oil and gas industry includes a wide range of environmental services from due diligence to remediation of retail sites, marine terminals, tank farms, and refineries. Our environmental consulting and engineering services include water resources management; soil and groundwater remediation; water treatment, and long-term environmental management of petroleum hydrocarbons.
Perchlorate is a known thyroid gland disruptor and its concentration is regulated in soil and groundwater. We offer a broad range of professional services to investigate, delineate, and remediate perchlorate in soil and groundwater using proven technologies such as ion-exchange and anoxic filters. Continue reading
Perchlorate is a known thyroid gland disruptor and its concentration is regulated in soil and groundwater. Read more about the water treatment options for perchlorate impacted groundwater. Continue reading
A global oil and gas corporation commissioned the operation and maintenance of a soil and groundwater remediation system designed an active California refinery. Continue reading
A Southern California regulatory agency suspected that illegal disposal of perchlorate had impacted the soil and groundwater of a residential property located in Barstow, California. A groundwater investigation project was conducted at a suspected source of perchlorate site, and extended 1.5 miles offsite. The groundwater investigation project fully delineated the extension of perchlorate impacted groundwater and identified remediation alternatives.
Roberto Piñón, P. Eng., P.E. is a Senior Chemical Engineer and Project Manager with 17 years of experience working with environmental projects. Continue reading
Description of the Biological Reduction Process Biological treatment is used in a wide range of water and wastewater treatment applications for the removal of biodegradable constituents. The biological treatment process can also be modified and used to reduce nitrates, oxides … Continue reading
A chemical metering system used for chemical precipitation of phosphorous required upgrading to accommodate a higher wastewater flow and phosphorous loading. A new chemical metering system consisting of ferric chloride storage tanks, pumps were designed, specified and constructed.
The site is an active oil and natural gas production property that currently re-injects approximately 135,000 barrels per day (BPD) of produced water. As a result of limited reinjection capacity, the facility was required to treat and discharge up to … Continue reading
A wastewater treatment process at a potato processing plant located in Argentina was experiencing continuous upsets with their activated sludge treatment system. A hands-on training program was implemented to teach operators to monitor and control the two existing biological treatment processes consisting of a low rate anaerobic wastewater treatment pre-treatment and an activated sludge treatment system.