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Case Closure and CUF Assistance

California Environmental Consulting, California UST Cleanup Fund, Environmental Site Assessment, Funding Assistance, Gas Station Owners, Success Story, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The Reynolds Group's client had an open case at the San Diego Site Assessment/Mitigation Unit since 1991. When TRG was contracted as the environmental consultant of record in 2008,

USEPA Funded Remediation for Non-Profit

Brownfield Stakeholders, Brownfields and Redevelopment, California Environmental Consulting, City, County, State, and Federal Agencies, Non-Profit Organizations, Real Estate Developers, Risk Assessment, Soil and Groundwater Investigation, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The property, acquired by a non-profit dance studio in South Central Los Angeles, was found to be impacted by gasoline from former underground storage tanks (USTs). Concerns about

Former Gasoline Service Due Diligence

Banks/Real Estate Financiers and Investors, California Environmental Consulting, Environmental Site Assessment, Gas Station Owners, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Real Estate Due Diligence, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

A nationwide coffee chain was considering purchase of a former gasoline service station parcel in El Monte, California, for redevelopment into a retail coffee house. The Reynolds Group was

Asbestos Consulting AHERA

AHERA Program Management, California Environmental Consulting, Risk Assessment, School Districts, Success Story, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

Santa Ana Unified School District was one of The Reynolds Group's original clients in 1989. Two decades ago, Santa Ana Unified was awarded USEPA grants to fully abate two

NPR Contacts TRG’s Dwayne Ziegler For LUST Input

California Environmental Consulting, California UST Cleanup Fund, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The Reynolds Group is well-known for its assessment and remediation expertise and ability to work across variety of stakeholders. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that a nationally

UST Removal at UCLA

California Environmental Consulting, City, County, State, and Federal Agencies, School Districts, Success Story, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The Reynolds Group was contracted by a mechanical company that represented the UST owner, UC Regents, to remove three underground storage tanks at the University of California, Los

Policy Update: California Cleanup Fund Extension

California Environmental Consulting, California UST Cleanup Fund, Funding Assistance, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

On September 25, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB 445. The newly-signed SB 445 extended the sunset date for the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund

From Phase I and Phase II ESA’s to UST Removal

California Environmental Consulting, Dry Cleaner, Real Estate Due Diligence, Soil and Groundwater Investigation, Success Story, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

In the real estate marketplace, environmental contamination reduces property values. The Reynolds Group continues to enhance real estate values by reducing the stigma and liability associated with contamination

TRG’s 2012 Successful Assessment and Remediation Projects

Brownfield Stakeholders, Brownfields and Redevelopment, California Environmental Consulting, California UST Cleanup Fund, Dry Cleaner, Environmental Contracting, Environmental Site Assessment, Funding Assistance, Success Story, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The Reynolds Group continues to advance assessment and remediation projects. Among their successes in 2012 are closures for the following cases: a former petroleum pipeline junction facility (brownfield)

Policy Update: Low-Threat UST Case Closure Policy

California UST Cleanup Fund, Funding Assistance, Underground Storage Tank Removal|

The State of California adopted the Low-Threat Underground Storage Tank Case Closure Policy (Low-Threat Policy), and it became effective on August 17, 2012. The Low-Threat Policy specifically applies