Great Ecology’s leading environmental forensic scientists use state of the art techniques to provide a scientific basis to quantify the magnitude, extent, and sources of contamination for litigation support and to develop site-specific remediation strategies.
Great Ecology’s environmental forensic scientists analyze and define contamination for remedial purposes, establish baseline clean-up limits, evaluate contamination in the context of applicable regulations, and design site-specific remediation strategies.
Great Ecology’s team has direct experience providing pre-litigation evaluations for legal firms, environmental assessments for global clients, conducting fate and transport studies, preparing third-party reviews, and leading regulatory negotiations.
Using cutting edge techniques such as tree-ring fingerprinting and isotope analysis, we can determine the source(s), discharge timeline, and spatial distribution of contaminants for contamination events that occurred many decades ago, for sites involving multiple releases or multiple stakeholders, and for projects which have already undertaken mitigating or remedial actions.
Contact our Environmental Forensic Team to learn more about our toxicological capabilities.