Site Investigation

Timely, focused soil and groundwater sampling at a site impacted by petroleum or hazardous materials is critical to making good risk decisions for the property. Where you put holes in the ground matters, and if your initial plan doesn't take into account site specific history and geology then you may find yourself paying to have the job done twice.

An experienced Professional Geologist or Iowa Groundwater Professional can mean the difference between getting it right the first time and costly delays in time, money, and site disturbance. Loess Hills Environmental staff are experienced Iowa/Nebraska professionals, and employ local drill crews who specialize in environmental investigations.

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Long-Term Groundwater Monitoring

There are a lot of reasons a site can be locked into long-term groundwater sampling - it may be government agency directed, you may lack enough data to make decisions going forward, or remediation is just too expensive or impractical. Long-term monitoring should not, however, result in continuously escalating costs year over year.

Loess Hills Environmental utilizes the same software analysis suites that several U.S. government agencies employ to optimize the number and location of monitoring wells. Robust analysis of laboratory data following each event then provides opportunities to reduce monitoring frequency and analytes sampled for. A little extra effort can go a long way to reducing your monitoring costs.

Groundwater Monitoring

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