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Groundwater Remediation

TEA uses a multidisciplinary team approach, has formulated, designed, and implemented numerous site-specific groundwater remediation strategies.  These strategies have addressed a wide range of contaminants of concern, from volatile organic constituents to metals. 

The team approach at TEA calls for input from engineers, geologists, and toxicologists as regards the most cost-effective and technologically sound approach for design of the groundwater remedial strategy.  The selected strategy can incorporate a variety of remedial methods, ranging from the traditional pump- and-treat scenario to an engineered in-situ bioremediation system.  TEA has also utilized a combination of remedial methods to address groundwater contamination.  Remedial approaches are ultimately dependent on the constituents of concern.  These approaches may include, but not be limited to, the following:

• Pump and Treat
• In-Situ Chemical Oxidation/Reduction
Engineered_Phytoremediation℠
Emulsified Zero Valent Iron (EZVI) Permeable Reactive Barrier
Bioremediation
• Natural Attenuation and Monitoring
• Biostimulation - Addition of Amendments
• Bioaugmentation – Addition of Microorganisms
• Air Sparging/Stripping

TEA, Inc. will design a site-specific solution to address your specific contaminants of concern at your facility.TEA, Inc., uses a multidisciplinary team approach, has formulated, designed, and implemented numerous site-specific groundwater remediation strategies.  These strategies have addressed a wide range of contaminants of concern, from volatile organic constituents to metals. 

The team approach at TEA calls for input from engineers, geologists, and toxicologists as regards the most cost-effective and technologically sound approach for design of the groundwater remedial strategy.  The selected strategy can incorporate a variety of remedial methods, ranging from the traditional pump- and-treat scenario to an engineered in-situ bioremediation system.  TEA has also utilized a combination of remedial methods to address groundwater contamination.  Remedial approaches are ultimately dependent on the constituents of concern.  These approaches may include, but not be limited to, the following:

TEA, Inc. will design a site-specific solution to address your specific contaminants of concern at your facility.