Hi, I’m Gordon Araujo, I’m the Mid-Atlantic District Technical Manager with REGENESIS. I think clients today are always looking for “How do I clean up this site that I’ve had for 20 years?” And they’ve thrown a lot of different approaches at it. They’ve done physical treatment processes, they’ve done chemical oxidation, they’ve tried bio-remediation. And at the end of the day, many of them have been successful to some degree but it hasn’t reached statutory guidelines or, you know, some kind of clean-up goal. So I think, you know, we’re able to delve in and look at, maybe, what were data gaps before, what new information do we have available today, how can we use that information to really develop a strategy that may be different than what had been done in the past? And it may be as simple as targeting different intervals where contamination still remains. And a lot of times, we’re utilizing high resolution site characterization tools like MIP or HPT to really understand what the subsurface looks like and how we can in-place materials, different remediation chemistries, into the problem spots in the aquifer.