Weston & Sampson assisted the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) in developing a comprehensive GIS-based toolkit to evaluate relative PFAS release risks across the state. The toolkit was designed as a web app hosted in the CTDEEP’s ArcGIS Online organization.
Weston & Sampson conducted an environmental assessment, to evaluate potential environmental and other issues that could impact site redevelopment, in support of the acquisition of a former oil storage facility located on the East Boston waterfront.
Services for PFAS removal and phased construction of an existing water treatment facility in Portsmouth, NH.
Alternatives analysis, design, and installation of PFAS treatment system design.
EPA- and VTDEC-regulation compliant response plan and guidance document for use by public water supplies when PFAS contaminants are detected.
Sampling and analysis of landfill leachates; WWTF influent, effluent, and sludge; and septage at several facilities for the presence of PFAS.
Weston & Sampson was hired by RIDEM to provide naval education and training center site assessment in Newport, Rhode Island.
Weston & Sampson was hired by RIDEM to conduct comprehensive ESA for the former Bradford Printing & Finishing property in Westerly, Rhode Island.
Working with RIDEM, coordinated PFAS response actions for the Oakland Association water system, including public outreach, and a comprehensive investigation to locate PFAS source.
Weston & Sampson was selected to address long-standing issues with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) at a vacant urban lot within several blocks of the State Capitol Building in Montpelier, VT.