Global conducts environmental investigations to determine the extent of groundwater and/or soil contamination for the purpose of detailing an ongoing assessment of the contaminant plume’s condition/characteristics. Investigations provide data for additional corrective actions that may be required to address immediate impacts or threats. Once the data has been analyzed, Global will make recommendations if further monitoring and study is required, if corrective actions are necessary, or if no further actions are required. Should corrective actions be required, Global will perform a preliminary feasibility assessment with conceptual ideas for corrective actions and make recommendations if pre-design studies would be necessary to implement corrective actions. All work is completed under the supervision of a professionally certified Senior Project Manager holding a degree in Engineering or Geology.
Soil and Groundwater Investigation Case Study: Spinniken Orchards
Groundwater Monitoring Case Study: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Part 201 Citizens Guide, April 2013
Part 213 Rules (Leaking Underground Storage Tanks)