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Inland Environmental Remedial Services, Inc.

SOIL AND GROUNDWATER

INVESTIGATIONS

Inland’s considerable experience with investigative programs gives us the ability to develop and/or evaluate investigative approaches so that necessary and defensible data is collected to determine the nature and extent of contamination at the site, determine if the site presents a hazard to human health and welfare, and if there are potential pathways by which the site may be impacting surrounding areas. We understand the importance of strong management and a logically phased sequence of investigative activities to control project costs and maximize collection of necessary technical data. 

Inland maintains a wide variety conventional and cutting edge sampling equipment to provide accurate and economic methods to characterize soil and groundwater contamination in both hazardous and non-hazardous conditions.  A listing of the sampling methods we offer include the following:

  • Hydraulic Push Rigs (Skid Steer, Truck Mount, & Mobile Units).

  • Conventional Drilling & Sampling Methods.

  • Monitoring Well Installations.

  • CheckWell Micro-Well System Installations.

USEPA and ASTM sample method collection and preservation techniques are used for representative sampling of various media to produce highly defensible analysis data.

In addition to traditional investigative approaches, we have implemented many innovative investigative strategies (soil gas, geophysics, etc.,) to rapidly identify contaminant distributions and geologic lithologies at a given site. 

 

This type of rapid reconnaissance allows us to interpret contaminant distributions and sources so that a streamlined and strategic invasive program can be implemented to delineate and quantify environmental impairments at a given site.

Check-Well    Micro-Well System

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Check-Well    Micro-Well System is a highly efficient and cost effective groundwater monitoring well and/or remediation delivery system available for unconsolidated formations and used successfully to reach depths of greater than 150 feet below surface.

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