Since 1986, The Environmental People staff members have been involved in numerous environmental engineering projects in the Southeastern United States. Many of these projects were performed under Consent Orders or other Formal Agreements with state and county regulatory agencies and the USEPA including, but not limited to the following elements:

  • Project planning and management;

  • Hydrogeological evaluations;

  • Collecting, compiling and interpreting surface and groundwater level data and preparing groundwater contour maps;

  • Groundwater screening and sampling to delineate the vertical and horizontal extent of contamination;

  • Preparing contamination assessment reports and remedial action plans;

  • Designing and performing groundwater monitoring programs and completing compliance reporting; and

  • Hydraulic conductivity testing for evaluating the rate of vertical and horizontal groundwater movement through the unconfined and confined aquifer systems;

  • Negotiating no further action and closure agreements with state and federal regulatory agencies.



In an increasingly competitive global market, our clients are searching for economical solutions to their environmental liabilities.  There has been a recent trend toward containment remedies, especially at RCRA and Superfund sites where current technologies make cleanup of the site technically impracticable. 

Experience has taught us that there is usually more than one way to clean up a site. Some remediation projects are as simple as excavation and off‑site disposal of impacted media; while others rely on applying both conventional and innovative technologies.  Our understanding fate and transport issues and the nature of various contaminates helps us evaluate and select the appropriate remedial solutions for our clients taking into account the potential liabilities associated with  the lowest‑possible cost and shortest time to closure.