Hall Environmental Bio

Hall County Environmental Biography

Project Description

AEM has provided professional services to Hall County since 1996. The County has two Landfill facilities that AEM has worked on in addition to other miscellaneous projects. The two landfill facilities in Hall County are referred to as Candler Road Municipal Solid Waste Landfill (MSWL) and Allen Creek MSWL.

Candler Road MSWL

AEM collects samples from 20 groundwater monitoring wells and 5 surface water monitoring stations on a semi annual basis at this facility. Samples are analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Redox, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples are submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of metal and volatile organic concentrations (VOCs).

Additionally, samples are collected from leachate and permeate (treated leachate) systems at this facility. Leachate samples are collected quarterly and analyzed for VOCs, Metals, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Alkalinity, Conductivity, Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Chlorides, Fluoride, Nitrate, Sulfide, Herbicides, and Pesticides. Permeate samples are collected monthly and analyzed for COD, Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), TDS, and Fecal Coliform.

Allen Creek MSWL

AEM collects samples from 75 groundwater monitoring wells and 10 surface water monitoring stations at this facility on a semi-annual basis. Samples are analyzed for pH, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, and Turbidity in the field and samples are submitted to a subcontract laboratory (under proper chain-of-custody procedures) for analysis of Metals, VOCs, Pesticides, Herbicides, Nitrate, Cyanide, PCBs, and other non-routine parameters.

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Cemetaries may be an environmental concern due to the prevalence of embalming fluidsCemetaries may be an environmental concern due to the prevalence of embalming fluids
Cemetaries may be an environmental concern due to the prevalence of embalming fluids