Liquid Hazardous Waste

Hazardous wastes, drums, and tanks of unknown origins and concentrations are typically not sampled by AEM because the sample operations are inherently dangerous to the personnel involved. Drums and tanks are occasionally sampled when the primary constituents are known and do not present a toxic, fire, or explosion hazard.

If drum tank or pit sampling is undertaken, it is performed according to the EPA Region IV SOP and QAM, Sections 4.12.3 and 4.12.4, revised February 1991.


Environmental Images

Possible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EAPossible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EA
Possible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EA
A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner along with improving drainage to prevent ponding of water.A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner along with improving drainage to prevent ponding of water.
A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner along with improving drainage to prevent ponding of water.