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June 2019 Newsletter

Patriot Engineering was tasked to develop a remediation approach to address dissolved phased petroleum-impacted groundwater caused by leaking underground and…

May 2019 Newsletter

            An office building located on the San Francisco Peninsula was left vacant for multiple…

April 2019 Newsletter

  Due to the owner's objective to sell their property, a multi-tenant commercial plaza in Bedford, Massachusetts required remediation of…

March 2019 Newsletter

BTEX contamination and free-phase product from a petroleum release was discovered in the groundwater at an active gas station in…

February 2019 Newsletter

Vapor intrusion occurs when there is migration of vapor-forming chemicals from any subsurface contaminant source into an overlying building. Retro-Coat…

January 2019 Newsletter

As the Principal Scientist of Scissortail Environmental Solutions, John Wilson PhD, a distinguished REGENESIS Scientific Advisory Board member, has transferred…

December 2018 Newsletter

Due to past operations at a former solvent recovery facility, the soil and groundwater were contaminated with PFAS. PlumeStop, a…

November 2018 Newsletter

Due to past operations at the Solvents Recovery Service of New England, the soil and groundwater were contamnated with PFAS.…

October 2018 Newsletter

A former dry-cleaner in Sacramento released chlorinated solvents and petroleum compounds in groundwater. Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) was selected to…

September 2018 Newsletter

An aerospace manufacturing facility required remediation for a deep and heavily impacted Chlorinated Volatile Organic Compound (cVoc) plume. The extensive…

August 2018 Newsletter

Subsurface contamination from chlorinated solvents posed a direct risk to the indoor air quality at a Renton, Washington property. Tetrachloroethylene…

July 2018 Newsletter

Historic industrial manufacturing operations over the last 100 years at a facility in the Ohio River Valley have resulted in…