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Aegis GeoEnvironmental is a small, woman-owned environmental consulting firm focused on providing solutions from the ground up to ensure your company’s environmental programs are on a solid foundation.

Aegis GeoEnvironmental helps you manage your operations to prevent impacts to your facility’s, or your neighbor’s, soil and groundwater.  If it’s already too late, we can help you mitigate your environmental issues.  Our multidiscipline team of geologists, engineers, and scientists can design an exploration or remediation program that works for you to meet your project goals.  We are experts in investigation of soil and groundwater conditions and the application of investigation results to regulatory compliance and business risk management strategy. Aegis GeoEnvironmental is located in Richmond, Virginia and provides services throughout the United States to industrial, municipal, state and federal clients.

Services include:

  • RCRA Response Action Plan – drinking water monitoring and alternate water supply
  • Phase II RCRA Facility Investigation – risk assessment and corrective action plan
  • RCRA Facility Investigation – Corrective Measures Study
  • Environmental Due Diligence, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment
  • Remediation and mixed use development  support under the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality Voluntary Remediation Program
  • Atmospheric monitoring for worker lead exposure(NIOSH)
  • RCRA Post Closure Care Permitting and Groundwater Monitoring
  • RCRA Corrective Action Groundwater Remediation and Monitoring
  • Industrial Waste Water Pretreatment Monitoring
  • Petroleum Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC)
  • Industrial Storm Water Permitting and Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
  • Training – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Lead in Construction, First Aid and CPR, SPCC, SWPPP
  • Environmental Regulatory Audits
  • Virginia Pollution Abatement Permitting and Groundwater Monitoring

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