Geosyntec's depth of experience, strategic approaches, and innovative technologies assist our clients in evaluating and mitigating various environmental media at manufactured gas plant sites.
Strategic Approaches to MGP Sites
Geosyntec professionals have comprehensive experience investigating and remediating former manufactured gas plants (MGPs), stakeholder negotiations, development of remedial strategies, serving as expert witnesses, and otherwise assisting with litigation. Services include site investigation, feasibility studies, development and implementation of remedial action plans, evaluation of treatment options, value engineering as part of a third party review of another firm's work, assessment and mitigation of subsurface vapor intrusion pathways, and site closure.
Our specialized MGP site expertise demonstrates our capability to quickly deploy teams to assist clients with:
- Site Characterization
- Remedial Investigation and Design
- Construction Services
- Risk Assessment
- Brownfield Redevelopment
- Sediment Remediation
- Regulatory Negotiation
- Community Relations
Innovative Technologies for MGP Sites
Geosyntec defines the state of the practice in many fields because of our strong academic >and research interests. One example of our innovative technological approaches is STAR: (Self-sustaining Treatment for Active Remediation). STAR is an innovative technology to remediate Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLs) which uses smoldering combustion to quickly and efficiently destroy contaminants. Another example is our Corrective Action Plan (CAP) for site and stream remediation and reduction of hydrocarbons using an air sparging fence in a fractured bedrock aquifer.
Self-sustaining Treatment for Active Remediation (STAR) is a new remediation approach with the potential to combine technical effectiveness, quick treatment, and substantial savings in operation and maintenance costs relative to currently available techniques. STAR is provided by our environmental technology research & testing laboratory SiREM, a wholly owned subsidiary of Geosyntec. Learn More