Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
On-call multi-media emergency response, remediation, and waste management services. TEC is on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year and is required to provide emergency response related to spills, releases, and operational issues (such as out of service fueling facilities). Services under this contract include:
- Emergency spill response.
- Subsurface investigation (installation of groundwater monitoring wells, groundwater sampling, soil sampling, determining vertical and horizontal extent of contamination and developing strategies for corrective action implementation).
- Contaminated soil removal and replacement.
- Asbestos abatement.
- Lead-based paint abatement.
- Facility improvements such as stormwater pond maintenance, best management practices (BMP’s) and installation/maintenance of oil/water separators.
- Hazardous waste management and disposal.
- Management and disposal of used oil, universal waste (batteries, fluorescent lights, and mercury) and medical waste.
- Waste sampling and characterization.
- Underground and aboveground storage tank compliance including corrosion protection, leak detection, tank and line integrity testing, secondary containment integrity testing, repairs, upgrades, and closures.
- NPDES compliance and management activities.
- Interface and coordination with Federal, State, and Local Environmental Regulatory Agencies.
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VDEQ)
TEC is Virginia’s State lead contractor to assess, characterize and remediate petroleum-impacted sites where a responsible party is not readily identifiable. Since 2004, TEC has performed numerous Phase II environmental site assessments or site characterizations involving direct-push soil and groundwater sampling, contaminant plume delineation, environmental risk assessments, emergency response actions (sorbent boom placement in surface waters, soil excavation, vapor monitoring), and remediation system design and installation under contract with the DEQ.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ)
Under contract with ADEQ, UXO Pro (TEC’s subsidiary) provides technical expertise and guidance to assist with regulatory oversight of investigation and remediation projects at federal CERCLA sites located in Arizona. The State of Arizona has entered into a Federal Facilities Agreement (FFA) with the U.S. EPA and the U.S. Air Force that establishes a cooperative relationship between the agencies to ensure the remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater at formerly used defense sites. TEC’s support ensures that the site activities take into consideration the State of Arizona’s interests, and that all site contractors comply with State and Federal regulations.