SPILL RESPONSE & REMEDIATION
CGRS has a designated emergency response team available 24/7. We also serve as a regulatory liaison for our clients during this hectic time by submitting time-sensitive reports to regulatory agencies and developing remediation plans. From initial spill response and cleanup to definition of the extent of your impacts via sampling, to remedial design and implementation, CGRS has the expertise to provide a cost-effective solution to achieve incident closure.
Time is of the essence in the event of a spill or release, with some agencies requiring reporting within 24 hours. CGRS can walk you through the process, from initial reporting to soil sampling and final closure of the spill event. We are here to ensure that you are in compliance with applicable spill regulations.
Spill Assessment and Soil Sampling
CGRS has provided invaluable expertise during numerous post-spill site assessments. Our field scientists have supported numerous cleanup projects, each with its own challenges. Not only do we take the guesswork out of delineating impacted soil, we provide our clients with the peace of mind that the job is done right the first time, which can ultimately save thousands of dollars in soil removal, transport and disposal.
In the case where subsurface soil and/or water impacts are discovered, the site may require short to long-term remediation. CGRS can evaluate and design the most cost-effective solution for cleanup. With experience in an array of remedial techniques, CGRS has the experience to earn your facility a clean bill of health as soon as possible.
Flowline Helium Leak Locate
When a flowline test indicates a leak, it’s time to make difficult decisions. In addition to handling regulatory implications, CGRS offers a cost-effective solution that provides an alternative to excavating long stretches of flowline in order to find and repair the leak location. CGRS uses a patented helium leak locate technology to pinpoint the leak and avoid spending the time, money, and effort with conventional methods or deciding to shut in the well indefinitely.