The core of our company is the Geology
Department. They perform the site
assessments and advise and direct emergency
response cleanup situations where a
contaminate has been released into the
ground or into a water source. Marion has
many sites with monitoring wells and
remediation systems and our geologists work
closely with government agencies to bring
these sites to closure. Several Superfund
sites are ongoing projects.
environmental professionals design and implement each site-specific
scope of work to provide only necessary services without
compromising the personal safety of workers or the environmental
integrity of the site.
Sample of these
- Installation of
remediation systems view
- Assessment of soil, water
- Design of Wetlands more...
- Vapor Survey and Analysis more...
- Writing reports for
local, state, and federal regulators
- Licensed Dry Cleaner Fund
- Brownfield redevelopment
- Commercial Mold Abatement
- Asbestos Abatement
environmental professionals also provide Phase I, II, III.
staff works with regulators and industry leaders allowing us to find
reasonable solutions for complying with environmental requirements.
A thorough and detailed investigation of a properties’ history.
Thorough inspections of the property and neighboring properties that pose
potential threats to the integrity of a site personally conducted by AAI
qualified Environmental Professionals.
A comprehensive document is created in strict accordance to ASTM E 1527-05 and
AAI, so that CERCLA liability protection requirements are met.
more information on Phase I's
When a potential environmental concern exists, our geology department
implements a more complete site assessment.
Groundwater and soil samples are collected and analyzed as needed.
We will make the most cost-effective recommendations for the clean up of the
property, always considering the regulatory issues and your circumstances.
When a site clean-up is required, it is done in house by MEI. Our remediation
team is experienced and equipped to perform all tasks.
A complete report of the property is drawn up declaring the compliance of the
property stating all of the discoveries made and the corrective action that was