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Quick Environmental employs industry leading practices to provide you with an effective solution to groundwater contamination.

Experienced Groundwater Contamination Cleanup

Contaminated Groundwater is a serious event that can last for years and be difficult and expensive to clean up if not addressed immediately. In the event that groundwater contamination is discovered at your site, a remediation action plan will need to be developed and put to work as soon as possible.

When time is of the essence Quick Environmental is ready to help. Groundwater remediation is performed by our highly skilled specialists who adhere to industry leading practices. They will provide you with an effective solution that will clean up the source of the groundwater contamination. 

The best way to avoid groundwater contamination is to have a well designed prevention strategy. We will work with you to come up with a strategy that will provide the best solution for you.

Some options include:

  • Conducting an environmental audit of the building(s) and site
  • The design of a pollution prevention plan
  • Groundwater monitoring
  • Regularly inspecting high risk areas
  • Devising an emergency response plan

Just because you don’t have a stream or lake on your property doesn’t mean you’re safe from groundwater contamination. Here are some potential  sources you should be aware of:

  • Storage Tanks – It is estimated that there are more than ten million aboveground and underground fuel storage tanks in the United States. Leaking oil tanks are a major source of contamination.
  • Septic Systems – Improper design, installation, location and lack of maintenance can cause the leakage of
    bacteria, viruses and household chemicals into the soil and eventually contaminate groundwater.
  • Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste – Contaminants from barrels and containers at these sites, leach into the surrounding soil and eventually reach groundwater.
  • Landfills – Contaminants can work through cracks in the protective bottom of the landfill.
  • Chemical and Road Salts – The increasing use of lawn chemicals and road treatment chemicals threatens the safety of groundwater as these chemicals run-off the ground surface and into drinking supplies.

Read our Case Study about how we treat groundwater contamination.