Understanding Local Conditions: Setting the Stage for Sediment Remediation Success

One of the 5 keys of successful ecological restoration projects is knowing the background, or “local,” conditions of your site. Background conditions are essentially the levels of various chemicals and compounds present in the environment due to natural processes or from off-site sources. Correctly identifying background conditions can mean the difference between a successful project and unnecessary expense and regulatory burden.

To help set you on the right path, we have developed this brief, free whitepaper laying out how to approach the process of defining background conditions:

Download: A River Runs Through It: Defining Background Conditions in Support of Site Assessment

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David MacDonald Business Development Leader Environment & Remediation

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