How is Groundwater Sampling Done? {Infographic}

When Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) are found on a property, the next step of action is to conduct a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA).  Part of the Phase II involves groundwater sampling, in which scientists drill into the potentially contaminated soil using a Geoprobe until water is reached.  Samples of water are collected, logged and sent to a lab for further testing.  They are then compared to the EPA regional screening levels, or state clean up criteria, to determine if contamination is present.

See how groundwater sampling is conducted:

PM Environmental Expands Brownfield and Economic Incentive Team

PM Environmental continues to grow and strengthen its Brownfield and Economic Incentive team, and recently hired Corey Levin as Brownfield and Economic Incentives Staff Consultant.  Located in Berkley, Mich., Levin will prepare and analyze financing incentive opportunities for brownfield development projects in Michigan, provide project management and oversight, and write and manage federal and State…

John Hargraves Participates in ICSC Mississippi Brownfields Event

Developing a brownfield property in Mississippi has a better payback than most investments. That’s right, the Mississippi Redevelopment Act offers a tax rebate of 2 1/2 times your investment to clean up a contaminated property. If this comes as a surprise, you may be interested in attending the “Infill – Filling in the Gaps” event…

New Law Will Simplify Approval Process for Brownfield Funding

A group of six bills – Senate Bill 908 through 913 (SB 908-913) – were signed by Governor Rick Snyder on Jan. 5. They will take effect on April 4, 2017. The new bills will improve and streamline the current brownfield redevelopment tax increment financing (TIF), grant, and loan process while allowing for additional eligible…