- Feasibility assessments
- Treatability studies
- Performance metrics
- Stakeholder engagement
- Regulatory approvals
- System design and installation
- In-situ/ex-situ treatment systems for both groundwater and soil
- In-situ chemical oxidation
- Site decommissioning
- On-site screening and analysis
- Business disruption minimization
- Land treatment cells – design and permitting
- Site restoration
When it comes to planning and executing an environmental remediation project the right balance of technical skills and experience can make the difference between meeting specific clean-up targets on time and on budget, and failing to remove the contamination or having costs escalate out of control.
Cirrus has the right blend of technical expertise and experience to deliver your remediation project on time, on budget and according to specific clean-up targets. Our focus is Planning – Planning, Planning, Planning. Without committing adequate time to the “front-end” of a project, the likelihood of its success is greatly reduced. From developing treatability studies, interpreting assessment data, establishing clear performance metrics, consulting with stakeholders and managing a comprehensive project plan, we can help you ensure success.
It has been said, “the proof is in the pudding”. Cirrus has successfully planned and executed hundreds of remediation projects that meet their time, financial and clean-up objectives. The obstacles associated with many of these projects have been considerable. They have challenged us to develop innovative tools and equipment, and ensure that our activities minimize the interference to business operation and the day-to-day lives of all affected stakeholders.
When it comes to environmental remediation our team understands both the technical issues and the “art” of managing a variety of remediation projects. Those that range from in-situ chemical oxidation processes for treating off-site, dissolved phase TCE and PCE plumes to the “surgical” removal of PCB contaminated soils in large-scale remediation projects.