Chatham Environmental Bio

Chatham County Environmental Biography

Project Description

AEM provided professional services to Chatham County from 1999 through 2003. The County has five Landfill facilities that AEM has worked on in addition to other miscellaneous projects. The five landfill facilities in Chatham County are discussed individually below.

Chevis Road MSWL

AEM collected samples from 12 groundwater monitoring wells and 1 surface water monitoring station on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples were analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples were submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

Dillon Road MSWL

AEM collected samples from 11 groundwater monitoring wells and 2 surface water monitoring station on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples were analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples were submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

Sharon Park MSWL

AEM collected samples from 13 groundwater monitoring wells and 4 surface water monitoring station on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples were analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples were submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

Thomas Avenue MSWL

AEM collected samples from 10 groundwater monitoring wells and 4 surface water monitoring station on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples were analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples were submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

Wilmington Island MSWL

AEM collected samples from 10 groundwater monitoring wells and 2 surface water monitoring station on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples were analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples were submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

City of Savannah

see Alternative Source Demonstration

Environmental Images

A typical monitoring well. AEM's Field Manager, Eric Benton, enters data in a handheld computer. The electronic data is e-mailed to AEM's project managers to provide quicker QA/QC and report preparation.A typical monitoring well. AEM's Field Manager, Eric Benton, enters data in a handheld computer. The electronic data is e-mailed to AEM's project managers to provide quicker QA/QC and report preparation.
A typical monitoring well. AEM's Field Manager, Eric Benton, enters data in a handheld computer. The electronic data is e-mailed to AEM's project managers to provide quicker QA/QC and report preparation.