former fuel tank farm

We helped the DoD excavate and treat 100,000 tons of petroleum-contaminated soil from a former fuel tank farm while safely protecting the residential neighborhood. By treating the soil onsite, we avoided 5,000 truckloads and over 3,000,000 pounds in carbon dioxide emissions.

inside of a mall

Coordinating with myriad shareholders for a highly visible, complex project, we provided comprehensive investigation; negotiation; and remedial approach evaluation, selection and implementation for a contaminated site involving two malls, a residential neighborhood, and potentially impacted well.

former DoD fuel tank farm

We self-performed the excavation and biotreatment of 100,000 tons of petroleum-contaminated soil on-site at a former DoD fuel tank farm, designing a protocol for the tracking of 100 soil piles, treatment verification sampling, and backfilling services.

park with palm trees

We provided cost recovery and technical consulting; assessed/characterized and remediated a 25-acre former shipyard facility and a 30-acre future park; and developed and implemented the cost-effective remediation of contaminants migrating into harbor waters.

park with palm trees

Our 3D subsurface assessment of a chlorinated solvent plume in one of the nation’s largest aquifers helped our rail line client qualify for the Innocent Owner/Operator Program and could potentially save them millions of dollars.


The expansion of state and federal regulations governing contaminated sites continues. Apex built a reputation for helping our clients meet these regulations while restoring the value of their properties. We combine this first-hand experience with professional resources and the latest technology to offer practical and cost-effective remediation solutions to a wide variety of clients including real estate investors, developers, and industrial companies—helping these businesses transform liabilities into valuable assets.

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