An assessment is typically required to determine potential and actual impact to soil and/or groundwater.
Remediation involves removing soil and/or groundwater impact by insitu or exsitu methods.
Assessment and monitoring results are compared with regional and local features.
Approvals, permits, and registrations for regulatory agencies involve application submissions with supporting technical information.
A risk assessment can be preferred over remediation when the costs for remediation are too large.
Asbestos, mold, air quality, noise, silica, lead, CO, SOx, and NOx, diesel exhaust, mercury, lead