EWMI provides remediation and field services, with an onsite and in-house manager assigned to every project. With our extensive industry experience and unwavering focus on quality, we have established ourselves as a leader in the remediation field. We employ the latest and most advanced technologies to meet and exceed all safety and compliance regulations.

Trained Onsite Crews

Every workday at each job site, the project manager conducts a safety meeting with the crew prior to the commencement of work. Safety remains a top priority for all parties involved in the project. All EWMI’s environmental specialists are OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER and OSHA 30-hour construction trained and certified. Additionally, EWMI has put in place a comprehensive medical monitoring program for all team members. Our project management team arrives onsite fully committed to executing the given project with utmost confidence.

Our services include:

Wide range of remediation and field services equipped to handle projects of varying scale and complexity. Categories of this include but are not limited to:

  • Site Remediation
  • Capping and Closures
  • Facility Decontamination
  • In-situ / Ex-situ Augmentation

Examples of remediation/field service projects:

Site Remediation:

As a full-service turn-key site remediation provider, EWMI recently completed a complex project that involved the excavation, transportation, and disposal of more than 23,000 tons of TSCA PCB impacted soil. To ensure safety for non-OSHA HAZWOPER trades, we worked closely with other on-site contractors. Including plumbers, electricians, and concrete contractors, to establish secure work areas. We also oversaw the installation of a Geosynthetic Clay Liner (GCL) and managed all earthwork for the installation of utilities, curbing, and final grading. Additionally, we were responsible for the disposal of over 150,000 gallons of TSCA PCB contact water.

Capping Project:

Our team of experts performed excavation reconstruction and alteration of an existing environmental cap for a major real estate developer of a former international chemical company site. The project involved surgical excavation through the existing multi-media cap, demolition of abandoned concrete foundations and footers, and transportation and disposal of over 20,000 tons of chrome-contaminated soil and debris. In addition we worked alongside a pipe pile contractor with over 600 driven piles along the waterfront in Inner Harbor. Restoring all synthetic layers and boot pipe piles with LLDPE, and replacing fill-around pile caps. Additionally, we managed and disposed of chrome-contaminated contact water.

Facility Decontamination:

As part of our facility decontamination services, we specialize in facility closure and decommissioning projects. California office was tasked with the decommissioning and disposal of a Treatment Facility. The project involved 8 different locations spread over a 1.5-mile radius within a commercial/retail setting. The team executed various work activities, such as capping above-ground conveyance remediation lines, flushing conveyance remediation lines, removing above-ground storage tanks, concrete tank pads, electrical panels, well vaults, surface restoration, and managing waste disposal and recycling. We complete these tasks with the utmost attention to detail and safety

In-situ Augmentation:

The site for an international chemical company required in-situ chemical oxidation treatment. Firstly the projected started with removal of a top layer of soil up to twenty feet below the ground surface. Furthermore the excess overburden was pushed back to create a safe working platform and ensure proper sloping. Following a planned deep in-situ chemical oxidation operation performed an additional twenty feet below the ground surface. Soil heavily contaminated with chlorinated solvents, were treated using a rotary head mixing head and bucket mixing, introducing a solution of potassium permanganate and water. Following the completion of the treatment, the backfill of overburden and clean fill was compacted, and the surface area was restored to its original state.