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Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Completed

The Reynolds Group finished a Vapor Intrusion Mitigation (VIM) Feasibility Test. The objective was to see if TRG could prevent the intrusion of PCE, a chlorinated solvent, into

Remediation at Gas Station Site

When The Reynolds Group was brought onto this project in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, the soil and groundwater contamination had not been fully assessed. The

Case Closure for Contaminated Brownfield

In 2014, The Reynolds Group obtained full regulatory closure for a contaminated brownfield site in the City of Coachella. The closure of the fallow "Brownfield" site allows the

Soil Vapor Extraction and Air Sparge

The Reynolds Group managed the cleanup of three sites for this client. This is the second of the three to achieve closure. Following complete assessment of gasoline impact

Service Station Soil/Groundwater Cleanup

This case involved gasoline (BTEX and MTBE) impact to soil beneath the site and groundwater beneath and off site. Site assessment was accomplished with a network of 12

MTBE Remediation

One of California's major beverage distributors engaged The Reynolds Group to close all fueling facilities in its Southern California locations. One site in particular had widespread gasoline and MTBE

PCE Contamination at Major Retail Center

The Reynolds Group's assisted a client with a property impacted with PCE from a dry cleaning operation on site. The contamination was limited to the soil and did not

Dry Cleaner PCE Contamination

Standard Insurance Corporation (Standard) is a publicly traded Fortune 500 corporation and Exxon Mobil Corporation is one of the largest oil companies in the world. In this project,

Dry Cleaner Soil and Groundwater Remediation

This active, contaminated dry cleaner site is found in an urban retail shopping center. Decades of dry cleaning activities at the site have impacted the soil and groundwater

UST Removal at Los Angeles College

The Reynolds Group worked with the City of Los Angeles Fire Department to remove a 6,000-gallon double-wall fiberglass underground storage tank (UST) at the Los Angeles Valley College