U.S.A.G. Fort Huachuca Environmental Management

U.S.A.G. Fort Huachuca Environmental Management

From 1993-2008, EEC performed Environmental Management at U.S. Army Garrison Fort Huachuca, located in Cochise County, Arizona. EEC completed numerous environmental programs, including soil and groundwater investigations; design and implementation of remedial action programs; air, noise, and asbestos assessments; surveys of historical buildings; underground storage tank management; and hydrologic investigations including groundwater recharge.

EEC also supplied environmental and cultural support services to Fort Huachuca on a wide variety of issues. We have conducted NEPA environmental assessments, threatened and endangered species surveys (5 listed species), watershed improvement plans, archaeological surveys (using subcontractor), air emissions inventories, 404 delineations and permits, design and construction of detention/retention basins, general environmental permitting, long-term groundwater monitoring, Safe Drinking Water Act compliance sampling, Clean Water Act and Aquifer Protection Permit compliance sampling, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) compliance sampling, Defense Environmental Restoration Act (DERA) programs, unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance, structural evaluations of historic buildings, underground storage tank closures, soil and groundwater assessment, remedial system design and construction, operation and maintenance of remedial systems, and hydrology workshops.

U.S.A.G. Fort Huachuca Environmental Management

Through site assessment and remediation, EEC has achieved regulatory closure of more than 50 individual sites with confirmed or suspected soil and/or groundwater contamination. Environmental remediation projects include the design, installation, operation, and reporting for the Greely Hall soil vapor extraction system, the Greely Hall in-situ bioremediation project, operation and monitoring of the AAFES service station air sparging system, and installation and sampling of long term groundwater monitoring wells.

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