A regional bank client had foreclosed on a property impacted by petroleum contamination to the soil and groundwater. Working with another consultant, a cleanup had been underway for several years when the client received a shut-down notice from the local air regulatory agency saying that permit conditions had been violated. The client wanted Nova to review existing information and either take over the cleanup, come up with a better solution to get site closure, or manage the other existing consultant.
Following review of the existing documents, Nova concluded:
Since Nova started approximately eight weeks ago, copies of both groundwater and air permits have been obtained and Nova has discussed these permits with project managers at the appropriate regulatory agencies, offering new contact information. Better communication makes better projects.
Nova and its new subconsultant have reviewed all of the existing documents. We anticipate operating the soil vapor extraction portion of the system to maximize VOC removal in vadose zone and pull free product to the extraction wells. We have performed the first sampling event and are in the process of analyzing that data while working toward getting the system operational.
Of importance, we have the blessing of both regulatory agencies. Needless to say, the client is happy, and we are delighted to have been able to assist them.
VP – Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager
Nova Consulting Group Inc.