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Geosyntec provided comprehensive services to Santee Cooper at the Winyah Generating Station to assist the facility with compliance with the pending implementation of the federal…
Geosyntec was asked to devise a measurement method that would accurately determine coal-fired power plant flue gas concentrations of sulfur trioxide (SO3) across an array…
In preparation for compliance with the US EPA Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), our utility client needed a robust portable mercury analyzer to accurately…
Geosyntec’s client, a large Eastern utility, plans to burn higher sulfur coals in the future, and the fuel change has the potential to increase sulfur…
Georgia Power’s Middle Chattahoochee Project is an existing 129-MW hydroelectric facility located on the Chattahoochee River near Columbus, Georgia, and Phenix City, Alabama. The project…
Geosyntec led the development of one of the first license applications in the nation under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC’s) Integrated Licensing Process (ILP)…
Georgia Power’s Plant Hammond is an 800-MW, coal-fired power generation facility with four units. The facility withdraws approximately 655 million gallons of water per day…
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) River Operations regulates a system of 49 reservoirs spanning seven states and maintains Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) for dams throughout the…
An American Electric Power plant in Ohio generates electricity from two, 1,300-MW, coal-fired units. The client's objective for the project was to have additional capacity…
The LCP Chemicals Site is among the most complex CERCLA remediation projects in U.S. EPA Region 4. Past site operations included petroleum refining, electric power…
Tesoro Alaska Petroleum Company has an oil refinery in Kenai, Alaska, on a bluff approximately 100-feet above the shores of the Cook Inlet. Historic practices…
The Feed Production Center at the Fernald site was a uranium processing plant under the Atomic Energy Commission and operated by U.S. Department of Energy…
Geosyntec has provided consulting services to We Energies on several sediment removal projects at their Port Washington Generating Station (PWGS), a 545-MW power generating facility…
The Santa Clara Valley Water District's Dam Safety Review Project (DSRP) is provides an independent safety review and evaluation of four California dams: Anderson, Almaden,…
The Shawsheen River winds for about 25 miles through all or parts of 12 communities in northeastern Massachusetts before emptying into the Merrimack River in…
The Lopez Canyon Sanitary Landfill is a 400-acre, cut and cover, canyon-fill landfill, with several different individual disposal areas totaling over 160 acres in the…
The closed Fresh Kills Landfill site on Staten Island is the largest remaining open space within New York City's five boroughs. The 2,200-acre site, active…
The Cherry Island Landfill (CIL) is located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware at the confluence of the Delaware and Christina Rivers. The Delaware Solid…
Nuclear Metals, Inc. (NMI) used depleted uranium (DU) in the manufacture of penetrators for the US Army. From 1958 to 1985, process waste (DU, nitric…
Robins Air Force Base [RAFB] was born during WWII as an Army Air Depot, and continues to supply parts for maintenance and repair of missile…
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Rocky Mountain Region manages the Denver Federal Center (DFC), a 640-acre campus hosting 28 federal agencies and nearly 7,000…
The highly-urbanized Town Line Brook watershed contains parts of four coastal towns that were long ago developed on a former salt marsh and that continually…
Silver Lake, in the northern suburbs of Boston, is heavily used for recreational purposes such as swimming, fishing, wildlife viewing, and boating. However, the lake…
The Chicopee River watershed drains more than 720 square miles of central Massachusetts before joining the Connecticut River, and includes all or part of 39…
Shellfishing is a major recreational and commercial industry in southeastern Massachusetts. Among the many threats to its continued viability is contaminated stormwater runoff. In the…
A former chemical manufacturing plant in the United Kingdom was scheduled for closure in the mid-1990s, and a team of environmental managers established a program…
Trihydro Corporation, a prime contractor to a major integrated petroleum refining company with historic operations across the United States, has responsibility for the remediation of…
The 12-acre Biscayne Commons site was originally part of a "mosquito marsh" along the upper end of Biscayne Bay. In the early 1970s, the site…
Kargard Plantage is one of the most widely discussed contaminated sites in Denmark, and is often referred to as a "super site" because of the…
Groundwater below this four-acre former manufacturing facility was contaminated primarily with PCE and TCE, presumably from historic releases at the site, resulting in the shutdown…
The Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) in West Trenton, New Jersey, was used as a jet engine testing facility from the mid 1950s to the…
In 1993, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) published the Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Manual, commonly referred to as the "MegaManual" due to its…
Home Depot USA, Inc. (Home Depot) is continually expanding into new territories through development of key property locations that meet their market demographic requirements and…
The Ballard Street salt marsh is located just northeast of Boston in a densely populated urban area. In the 1960s, the construction and subsequent abandonment…
American Electric Power (AEP) and Cardinal Operating Company (COC) are in the process of installing flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems on Units 1 and 2…
In 2001, Crescent Resources, LLC purchased the 342-acre Potomac Yard site located in Arlington County and the City of Alexandria, Virginia, with the goal of…
AT&T operates one of the largest wireless communications networks in the United States. With explosive growth in the highly competitive personal telecommunications market, as well…
The Ford Oakville Assembly Complex (OAC) is one of the first to implement flexible manufacturing and deploy a real-time location system using radio frequency identification…
Groundwater in certain areas at Aberdeen Proving Ground is contaminated with a mixture of chlorinated solvents including 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane, trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene, carbon tetrachloride, and chloroform. In…

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