By treating much of the impacted soil at a 150-acre aggregate mining facility on site, Brown and Caldwell’s remediation plan cut transportation costs for the project by $1 million and saved precious time to meet an aggressive compliance deadline. Additional groundwater and soil remediation projects were implemented without impacting the schedule.
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