Environmental Investigation & Remediation

Kamaka Green provides the technical expertise needed for all phases of environmental investigation and remediation projects, from study design and planning stages through regulatory negotiation and site closure. We achieve successful project execution through our applied capabilities in environmental chemistry, human health and ecological risk assessment, and the interpretation, quality assessment, and management of environmental data. 

Investigation/Study Design

Optimal study design is achieved through the systematic planning and data quality objectives process, and integrated with our risk assessment, environmental chemistry and data services to provide our clients with:

  • Better understanding of the challenge or problem and more informed strategies that are supported by effective and defensible study design, based on systematic planning and data quality objectives and the use of conceptual site models
  • Reduced costs for investigation, remediation and monitoring projects through effective study design, planning & implementation, quality assurance, and data management
  • The ability to make better decisions that are based upon the most relevant data of known quality with integrated evaluation and interpretive techniques, and relevant use of spatial-temporal analysis and data display

Kamaka Green can provide study design services and support in the following areas:

  • Review and assessment of historical site data
  • Identification of data gaps and determination of site-specific data needs
  • Conceptual Site Model development
  • Establishing site-specific data quality objectives
  • Environmental study design for chemistry sampling & analysis
  • Environmental study design in support of human health and ecological risk assessments
  • Forensic “fingerprinting” study design and execution
  • Selection of cost-effective sampling and analysis approach
  • Implementation of field screening for site characterization and remedial verification
  • Implementation of risk-based site closure strategies