Offering a broad range of client-focused environmental consulting services, Weston & Sampson assists clients in the clean-up of sites of environmental concern with services, including: 

  • Site investigation and assessment
  • Hazardous waste assessment and remediation
  • Environmental site assessment for real estate transactions
  • Remedial design and implementation
  • Brownfields development
  • Landfill, transfer station, and post-closure reuse
  • Building demolition
  • Feasibility studies
  • Human health and ecological risk characterization
  • Waste minimization/source reduction
  • Industrial waste treatment/pre-treatment
  • Licensed Site Professional and Licensed Environmental Professional services
  • Environmental permitting, management systems, and compliance audits
  • Underground and aboveground storage tank (UST/AST) closures, design, and construction services

Weston & Sampson understands the issues associated with environmental remediation, risk assessment, and property redevelopment, and has years of experience working with several classes of contaminants found in various environmental media. Our specialists review site-specific data to select effective strategies to meet the goals of our client and regulatory requirements while evaluating remedial technologies for system effectiveness, duration of cleanup, and cost. Our professionals include engineers of various disciplines (environmental, chemical, geotechnical, and water resource), geologists, hydrogeologists, scientists, and wetlands and permitting specialists.

We have designed and implemented numerous groundwater recovery and treatment systems. Our proven planning methods allow us to provide cost savings, significantly reduce construction delays, minimize health and safety risks, and ensure timely document submission. Many of our clients have benefited from our ability to maintain project schedules despite encountering hazardous materials during construction and to design innovative solutions that reduce regulatory reporting requirements.


News & Highlights

Brownfields Redevelopment EPA Brownfields Grant Guidelines/Workshops - EPA announces 2020 Brownfields Assessment & Cleanup Grant Guidelines/Workshops.

addressing emerging contaminants in drinking water PFAS in Biosolids and Sludges - On March 22, 2019, Maine DEP issued a memorandum requiring all biosolids handling facilities sample for PFAS by May 7, 2019. Given the aggressive schedule, you may have questions. We can assist you.

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