Contaminated Land Case Study
Contaminated land is used to describe land polluted by heavy metals, chemical and radioactive substances, oils, tars, gases and asbestos which could cause significant harm to people or protected species and/or significant pollution of surface waters or groundwater. This definition of contaminated land refers to contamination caused by past uses of sites such as former factories, mines, steelworks, refineries and landfills.
Environmental monitoring specialist enitial is experienced in environmental monitoring and sampling of contaminated land and has a national network of geo-environmental field technicians. enitial commonly supports site investigations, remediation strategies and ongoing environmental assessments in addition to the following services:
• Groundwater level monitoring
• Groundwater sampling using inertial, peristaltic, electric, pneumatic or bladder pumps
• Non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) monitoring and sampling
• Water quality analysis using single or multi-parameter analysers and flow through cells
• Aquifer tests including, rising and falling head and slug tests
• Data loggers for continuous and long-term trend analysis
• Ground gas monitoring and analysis using the latest monitors and canister equipment
• Volatile organic compounds (VOC) testing
• Internal space and surface emissions testing
enitial’s in-house team of account managers and analysts provide an unrivalled data management service with results supplied within 48 hours. In addition, the monitoring specialists pride themselves on adding value by understanding their client’s objectives and making sure they are not only met, but exceeded.