Soil Sampling in Washington

Soil Sampling in Washington State Like Oregon, in order to determine if a tank is currently or has previously leaked, an investigative process needs to take place through soil sampling. Again, showcasing the differences between the two states, soil sampling in Washington State separates this function into either a Site Check or a Site Assessment. […]

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Risk-Based Clean-Up

Risk-Based Clean-Up Risk-Based remediation addresses the highest level of contamination from a leaking underground storage tank, with levels reported above 10,000 PPM. According to the DEQ, a risk-based clean-up offers the greatest amount of flexibility and adaptability to site-specific conditions. However, it is also the option that might require collecting additional site data and evaluation […]

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Generic Remedy Clean-Up

Generic Remedy Clean-Up A Generic Remedy Clean-Up is considered a mid-level contamination, consisting of a release of 501 – 10,000 PPM. This remediation is a soil-only clean-up as long as there is no impact to groundwater, no free product is present and there is no vapor intrusion into the home or building. A generic remedy […]

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