Addressing releases of chemicals to the environment is the cornerstone of Broadbent’s work history. We help our clients address releases to soil, water, and air across a broad spectrum of industries. Starting in 1987 and initially focused primarily on petroleum hydrocarbon releases from underground storage tank (UST) systems, Broadbent has grown to be the foremost environmental consulting firm in Nevada and one of the best environmental firms covering the western United States.
We help our clients address releases to soil, water, and air across a broad spectrum of industries. We have assessed and characterized thousands of release sites, and we are experienced in applying the latest technology for this work efficiently and cost effectively. We are experts at applying regulatory levels and conducting risk assessments to determine the most appropriate course of action. In cases where remediation is required, our engineers apply decades of experience to achieve the desired result.
Our staff are not only skilled in a wide range of environmental specialties, but we have healthy, long-standing relationships with national and international clientele, as well as local, state, and federal regulatory agencies. Our success is based on these relationships, knowledge of regulations, and performance of our seasoned and exceptional staff. We have a strong track record of closing environmental cases involving a host of contaminants, and we are experienced and highly equipped to tackle emerging contaminants of concern such as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Our environmental assessment and remediation expertise includes:
- Action plan development for emerging contaminants of concern
- Asbestos, mold, and lead-based paint surveys and abatement consulting
- Groundwater and surface water monitoring
- Landfill investigation and monitoring
- Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment
- Soil and groundwater characterization, risk assessment, and remediation
- UST system removal assessment and closure
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