Restoring contaminated environments and reducing the short- and long-term risks of contamination are critical to protecting the air, water and land. Whether a proactive measure, or driven by regulations, our teams are experienced in supporting clients through the entire remediation life-cycle: from scoping through construction and site operations. We offer an integrated approach to remedial technologies that minimizes risk, reduces life-cycle costs, and brings sites to sustainable closure with potential reuse options.
Our environmental work thrives when integrated, multi-disciplinary project teams are developed mutually.
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A western Massachusetts community has become a leader in drinking water innovation by taking the initiative on perfluorinated compounds, using bench-scale testing to determine the best approach to treatment.
An author of more than 40 peer-reviewed papers, Charles is an expert in pore-scale diffusion and mass transfer processes, in situ bioremediation, treatment of emerging contaminants including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), and electrochemical treatment of drinking water.
Melissa specializes in integrated assessment approaches to define sustainability objectives and evaluate the environmental, social, and economic impacts of remedial activities. She supports clients with life cycle valuations, environmental footprint analysis, social cost benefit analysis and community surveys.