Cathleen Jonas, PG presented at the UF Water Institute Symposium last week in Gainesville where she discussed aquifer vulnerability assessment methodology for source water protection.Continue Reading →
HSW recently attended the Southeast Brownfields Conference where our colleagues Ed Meyers, PG and Bryan Baker, PG demonstrated plume stability to support risk-based closure.Continue Reading →
HSW’s Steven Folsom presented at the 33rd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School on Stormwater Management System Considerations for Risk Based Corrective Action Sites related to the FDEP’s recently released guidance regarding Considerations for Stormwater Features within Contaminated Sites. His presentation focused on maintaining a practical balance between conditional closures and future development of cleanup properties as well as neighboring ...Continue Reading →
HSW discusses High Resolution Site Characterization Techniques and Data Visualization Technologies in FES Journal’s June 2019 edition. Read more on how these visualization techniques can provide improvement and allow for better interpretation.Continue Reading →
Ziqi He, PhD, PE and Derek Huston, PE provided an update to our April 2017 article published in the FES Journal addressing a group of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs), per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), specifically Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctyl Sulfonate (PFOS). This article provides an update on the scientific and regulatory actions taken over the last two years, focusing on site characterization and treatment.
HSW’s Zeke (Ziqi) He and Cindy Westergard co-presented on the “Importance of Data Integrity in Environmental Forensics Applications” at the DoD Environmental Monitoring and Data Quality (EMDQ) 2019 Workshop held at the Walt Disney World Shades of Green Resort, May 13-16. PFAS continues to be a ...Continue Reading →
HSW thanks its clients, vendors and employees for their loyalty and dedication over the past 30 years. We look back on those years with the fondest of memories and are eager to make an abundance of more in the next 30 years. While success is often measured in dollars, we feel it is best measured by the positive impact of the work we each do. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to ...Continue Reading →