Trihydro has managed environmental remediation projects since 1984, offering technical and regulatory services on thousands of projects, including some of the most complex sites in the nation. We guide our clients through the environmental remediation
process from initial “big picture” remediation strategy development to implementation and then to remediation process optimization and site closure. Trihydro’s engineers, geologists, and scientists have formal training and hands-on
experience, leading to practical and technically sound remediation design and implementation.
Our team has experience overseeing designing and installing both ex situ and in situ remediation systems, including groundwater extraction, total fluid extraction, air stripping, soil venting, bioremediation, chemical oxidation, chemical reduction,
monitored natural attenuation (MNA), enhanced attenuation, dynamic groundwater recirculation, carbon adsorption, air sparge, phase separated recovery, and more. We also engage in ongoing work with universities, laboratories, regulatory bodies,
and vendors to develop new methods related to emerging contaminants and complex technologies. For example, our team has supported the commercialization of a new bioaugmentation culture, optimized application of
in situ technologies, and has pioneered solar-powered systems for air sparging and groundwater recirculation.
Environmental remediation is often subject to stringent regulations, and our nationwide team of regulatory specialists have state-specific knowledge of current and forthcoming regulations, and are available to advocate on behalf of site owners’
and operators' remediation goals. Regulatory endpoints and the time allowed to meet these are central to mapping out remediation strategies, so having a comprehensive understanding of the applicable regulatory landscapes can dramatically impact
the outcome and cost.