Farallon was contracted for technical support by an insurance carrier covering the investigation and cleanup of a widespread groundwater plume of trichloroethene (TCE) associated with multiple releases from a manufacturing plant in Vancouver, Washington.
The contaminant plume extended beneath a residential neighborhood, posing a potential threat to potable water supply wells in the area and a vapor intrusion risk for nearby residences having a basement or subsurface crawl space. Technical assistance provided by Farallon included development of indoor air sampling procedures and installation of subslab depressurization systems for residences where concentrations of TCE posed a potential health risk. Farallon also attended public neighborhood association meetings where results from the indoor air sampling, investigation, and cleanup activity were presented. Successful negotiation of a settlement on behalf of the insurance carrier was reached.
Jeff’s 28 years of experience allow him to anticipate client and project needs. His emphasis on developing effective working relationships with clients, regulators, vendors, and peers ensures that clients’...
Jeff’s 28 years of experience allow him to anticipate client and project needs. His emphasis on developing effective working relationships with clients, regulators, vendors, and peers ensures that...
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