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Phillips & Jordan Aboveground Storage Tank Closure Assessment Report (TCAR) – Port Richey, Florida

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

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EE&G I Phillips & Jordan Aboveground Storage (TCAR) I Port Richey, Florida. EE&G was contacted to assist in environmental matters regarding the “on-site” closure of a 9000 gallon petroleum and associated solids (tars), aboveground storage tank (AST). The AST was filled with liquid petroleum and petroleum solids (tar). The AST had to be opened and Read More…

Seville Hotel

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

EE&G was retained by The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, LLC to conduct an initial Site Assessment, which was used to better design the expanded soil excavation event needed to address the source of the free-floating product (FFP) observed in a tank excavation area. Approximately 4,000-gallon steel UST was discovered at the eastern portion of the Read More…

Civic Center Brownfields Site City of Miami’s Brownfields Redevelopment Grant

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

A second primary focus of the grant focused on the City-owned Civic Center Property, which was impacted with dioxins and heavy metals (arsenic, barium and lead) associated with the historic dumping of incinerator fly-ash. EE&G conducted soil and groundwater assessment activities, prepared a Site Assessment Report, and conducted a Risk Assessment to assess the actual Read More…

Wynwood Brownfields Sites City of Miami’s Brownfields Redevelopment Grant

Environmental Engineering & Consulting

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One main focus of the grants was redevelopment of the Wynwood East and West Parcels, which were designated as Brownfields Sites. These properties were historically occupied by large laundry and dry cleaning facilities, from approximately the 1920s until the 1980s. The historic operations left behind a mixture of separate-phase, non-aqueous Bunker C fuel oil and Read More…