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Field Services and Drilling

PM Environmental maintains a Field Services and Drilling Department and owns the necessary equipment to conduct in-house the services needed to complete environmental projects.

PM Environmental owns and operates the environmental equipment necessary to conduct all phases of ESAs. In-house equipment allows the cost effective, timely evaluation and implementation of remedial alternatives without being dependent on the schedules of subcontractors.

Environmental Field Services and Drilling include:

  • Geoprobe® Drilling
  • Soil Boring Installation
  • Monitoring Well Installation
  • Vapor Intrusion Assessments
  • Sampling of Soil, Groundwater, Sediments, Surface water, and Air
  • Geophysical Evaluations including Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control
  • Pilot Tests
  • Installation of Remediation Systems
  • Construction Oversight and Documentation
  • Free Product Recovery
  • Vapor Barriers/Liners/Recovery
  • Extraction, Injections, Sparging, Recovery
  • Operations and Maintenance (O & M)

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