Quinn Environmental Strategies, Inc. serves a wide range of clients the expertise and experience they needed for any environmental challenge.  We recognize and live by the ideals of “value-added service” and “client focus” by assembling knowledgeable and experienced teams for each client’s unique needs, while remaining highly cost competitive with a much lower overhead than our larger competitors sustain.

  • Due Diligence –We complete ASTM-compliant Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for property transactions, and perform regulatory compliance assessments for business acquisitions for attorneys, realtors, property owners, developers, investors, and financiers.
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  • Multi-media Site Characterization – QES is experienced in all phases of multi-media site investigation, and remedial alternative evaluation (feasibility study) at private industrial and petroleum facilities, landfills, municipalities, Ports, and government bases in California, Arizona, and Nevada.
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  • Remedial Action–QES experts have decades of experience in vadose zone and groundwater remedial action design and implementation, up to and including site closure.  Methods employed have included excavation, soil vapor extraction, in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), pump-and-treat containment, multi-phase extraction trenches, air sparging, and Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA).
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  • Regulatory Agency Negotiations – United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Region IX; Cal EPA Department of Toxic Substances Control; California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles, Central Valley, and Santa Ana Regions; South Coast Air Quality Management District; and County agencies, including water districts.
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  • Technical Analysis – QES is experienced in Fate and Transport analytical and numerical modeling of the vadose and underlying saturated zones for negotiating site-specific cleanup goals, aiding in design/ enhancement of groundwater pump and treat systems, and for managing groundwater basin operation, including for drought protection.
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