Congratulations go out to Andrew, who has been elevated to Senior Environmental Scientist. Andrew has been in the environmental industry for eight years and has worked on a variety of projects including superfund sites and beach fill restoration projects
Brianna began as an intern at EWMA and has quickly risen through the ranks to environmental scientist—a promotion that further demonstrates EWMA’s commitment to cultivating internal growth.
EWMA is proud to announce their promotion of Nicholas DiVincent to Assistant Project Manager. Nick has been in the environmental field for over 5 years and with EWMA for 3 years.
Developers may not know that there’s more than one way to tackle a soil remediation project. Many assume that this kind of cleanup calls for a total excavation, carting off truckloads of contaminated soil to be cleaned or replaced entirely. However, for some projects, such an invasive and labor-intensive process may not be necessary.
Decades of unregulated, uncontrolled and poor environmental practices have led to millions of acres of “brownfields” in the U.S., properties which must be properly remediated before they are repurposed or redeveloped. These properties come in all shapes and sizes, affected by a vast array of contaminants associated with industrial operations. What is a brownfield, and what makes it different from other types of contaminated sites?