As a leader in environmental remediation solutions, we've enjoyed collaborating with our diverse clients on projects of all sizes and levels of complexity for the past 39 years.

Our dedicated team of engineers, geologists, and scientists work diligently to identify and implement focused and effective solutions for your environmental and remediation challenges.

  • DollarsWe work hard to maximize the value of every dollar spent.
  • GoalsAchieving your remediation goals is our focus and we adapt quickly to changing priorities.
  • PartnersWe stay sharp by partnering with universities, associations, laboratories, and regulators.


Meet a few of our team members who can help you achieve your site objectives. We have the expertise to select a remedial alternative to address your site's environmental and regulatory challenges in a technically sound, environmentally responsible, and cost-effective manner. We have experience implementing a variety of remedial approaches, including natural source zone depletion, monitored natural attenuation, in situ chemical oxidation, in situ chemical reduction, bioaugmentation, enhanced bioremediation, and more.


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We're on a Mission to Exceed Your Expectations

Working with Trihydro truly feels like a partnership. Whatever the circumstance is, we are in it together to resolve the environmental task at hand. It is always about doing the right thing, which makes us always on the same page. I have learned so much from Trihydro teammates over the years and look forward to working with them for many years to come.

- Timothy Smith, Director, Facilities, Central Ohio Transit Authority


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