Investigations and Remediation Services
Larson & Associates, Inc. (LAI) utilizes cost-effective strategies while working closely with the client and regulatory agency to develop specific objectives that support realistic cleanup and closure criteria. As a leader in environmental technology in the Permian Basin, LAI employs proven, cost-effective techniques.
Electromagnetic (EM) Terrain Conductivity Surveys
EM surveys evaluate chemical releases to soil and groundwater by determining the electrical conductivity based on rock type, porosity, permeability, and composition of fluid in pore spaces.
Environmental Site Assessments
Phase I environmental site assessments (ESA) are performed to identify recognized environmental conditions (RECs) that could lead to CERCLA liability. Larson & Associates, Inc. (LAI) Environmental Professionals have been performing ESAs since before the ASTM E1527-93 standard was promulgated. What this means for our clients is the assurance that our assessment will meet or exceed the EPA's 40 CFR §312 All Appropriate Inquiry to provide Landowner Liability Protections.
Regulatory Services & Reporting
- Air Permitting, Monitoring and Reporting
- Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans
- Storm Water Management Plans
- SARA Title 3 (Tier II) Filing
- Waste Classification and Management
- Facility Waste-stream Identification and Characterization
- RCRA Waste Generator Determination
- Water Rights Determination
Our team is well versed in many State and Federal agency programs. If you have TRRP, PST, RCRA, UIC, E&P, or OMG coming at you, we can help!
Larson & Associates, Inc. (LAI) performs Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) surveys in oil and gas producing areas for worker protection and focused remediation. NORM surveys ensure the proper handling and disposal of petroleum cleaning processes (tank bottoms, sludge, and decommissioned service equipment). LAI can help you meet regulatory requirements and reduce your environmental liability by safely managing decontamination and disposal of NORM-contaminated materials.
Geographic Information Systems
LAI can help with transforming your data into knowledge to better manage the earth’s resources, improve strategic planning, and facilitate critical decision making that maximizes efficiency and profitability.