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NASA has always been on the leading edge of technology development and application - not only in space exploration, but also in the areas of…
The Town of Littleton's Clean Lakes Committee obtained a Clean Water Act Section 319 grant from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) to…
Olin Corporation (Olin) began signal flare manufacturing operations in 1955 at an 11-acre property located in Morgan Hill, California. Signal flare manufacturing continued at the…
The McColl Superfund site is a 20-acre former industrial waste disposal facility. From 1942 to 1946, petroleum sludges and other wastes from the production of…
A former manufactured gas plant (MGP) site was redeveloped into a multi-unit commercial plaza, and an assessment of the potential for subsurface vapor intrusion to…
Santee Cooper, a leading supplier of electricity in South Carolina, established a "green power" generation portfolio goal of 54 MW of electricity from operating landfill…
The Crossroads Landfill has been in operation since 1976 to serve the waste disposal needs of Maine residents and businesses. Waste Management Disposal Services of…
Waste Management of Kentucky, LLC (WMK) owns and operates the Outer Loop Recycling and Disposal Facility in Louisville, Kentucky. The facility primarily serves the Louisville…
DeKalb County, Georgia, part of the urban core of metropolitan Atlanta, owns and operates the Seminole Road Landfill which has been accepting municipal solid waste…
The City of Somersworth, New Hampshire, operated a disposal site on a 26-acre property from the mid-1930s until 1981. Originally, the City burned residential, commercial,…
A portion of the privately owned "Route 44" property was excavated in the 1930s for fill for an off-site construction project. The resulting borrow pit…
An accidental release of TCE decades ago contaminated overburden and bedrock at this manufacturing plant. Remediation did not occur until contamination was discovered during an…
The Michoud Assembly facility is an active plant operated by Lockheed Martin for NASA. The facility is engaged in the manufacture and assembly of the…
The City of Columbia, Missouri sought to upgrade and expand the City's regional wastewater treatment plant capacity from 20.6 million gallons per day (MGD) to…
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) identified science-based policy analysis as a key administrative objective following a Federal review of Missouri's Water Quality Standards…
The City of Blue Springs (City) is in need of additional infrastructure to accommodate growing wastewater needs as development progresses around the Kansas City metropolitan…
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) awarded Geosyntec a multi-year contract to collect surface water samples at six urban stream and eight large river…
In order to understand, and possibly mitigate, observed reductions in water flow throughout the Ipswich River Watershed, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR),…
To accommodate for a new, heavier shiploader, the existing Pier G wharf in Port of Long Beach, California had to be upgraded to increase speed…
The Raritan Arsenal was used by the U.S. Army from World War I until the 1960s as an ammunition storage and renovation facility. It has…
The Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) is the world's first global marketplace for integrating voluntary legally binding emissions reductions with emissions trading and offsets for greenhouse…
The "East of Hudson" reservoirs are a series of natural water bodies, mainly in Putnam and Westchester Counties east of the Hudson River north of…
The Warner Hill Landfill is a closed 50-acre municipal/industrial landfill located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. A creek located adjacent to the site had undermined portions…
Nearly four years after the historic 2003 wildfires devastated San Diego County, strong, shifting Santa Ana wind conditions, combined with high temperatures, low humidity, and…
The Port of Los Angeles sought a field test of vacuum-assisted preconsolidation of hydraulic fill to assess the feasibility of this technology as an alternative…
The San Gabriel Basin has been the subject of environmental investigation since 1979 when groundwater contaminated with volatile organic compounds (VOCs) was first detected. In…
The Herbert Hoover Dike (HHD) rehabilitation project is designed to stabilize and secure the aging dike from potentially damaging severe weather events, and protect the…
The Chicago Waterways System (CWS) offers an array of recreational opportunities for the community. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), in compliance with the Clean…
Abutting the Atlantic Ocean and Central Florida's Banana and Indian Rivers, the John F. Kennedy Space Center is home to a diverse mix of federally…
The Richland Creek Landfill is a large municipal solid waste landfill located in Buford, Georgia. Leachate collected from the landfill is discharged to the local…
The Sonoma County (California) Water agency is a wholesale purveyor of water to nine public entities in Sonoma and Marin counties serving a total population…
Robins Air Force Base (Base) in Warner Robins, Georgia sought storm water infrastructure master planning and retrofitting for its existing system. The Base was initially…
During the summer and fall of 1998, stormwater runoff from a recently constructed retail site in Stone Mountain, Georgia resulted in the release of soil…
Starting in the early 1950s and continuing over a period of several decades, arsenicals and organochlorine pesticides, including DDT and Lindane, and production raw materials…
In its effort to expand and renew its campus facilities and related infrastructure, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) evaluates numerous candidate sites including…
The Big Creek Park Wetlands Enhancement Project is a multi-disciplinary demonstration project designed by Geosyntec Consultants for the City of Roswell, Georgia, through a grant…
The 190-acre Operating Industries, Inc. (OII) Superfund Site is an inactive landfill site, about 10 miles east of Los Angeles, that for 30 years until…
The County of Santa Barbara in southern California needed to enhance its available data resources with which to manage its stormwater runoff water quality. The…
To date, there has been no analytically-based and comprehensive County-wide effort to optimize the selection and implementation of structural water quality Best Management Practices (BMPs).…

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