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, The Reynolds Group is untangling the liabilities and cost responsibilities of a commingled plume. The case is being overseen by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) and involves drafting and implementing work plans under the DTSC s stringent Quality Assurance/ Quality Control requirements. Several prominent law firms are engaged in this matter. DTSC and client interaction are critical to the effective advancement of the project. Standard is pleased with TRG’s performance. The case involves the assessment and remediation of chlorinated compounds associated with a commercial facility that are commingled with contaminants associated with the Exxon Mobil operation.
TRG completed the assessment under DTSC guidelines and is currently removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the subsurface via soil vapor extraction. TRG will commence remediation of the groundwater soon. Because of the sites proximity to a residential neighborhood, TRG’s Health Risk Assessment (HRA) capabilities are also utilized.