HTRW Investigation – Cadiz, Ohio

The Village of Cadiz needed to complete a Wastewater Collection System Improvement project which contained a total of 14,370 linear feet of proposed sewer and 117 manhole structures. In order to determine if there were the possibility of any environmental conditions associated within the proposed system piping corridors and structure locations, STONE completed a Phase I Hazardous, Toxic, & Radioactive Waste (HTRW) Investigation. The HTRW included review of historical records, environmental database listings, aerial photographs, city directories, historic insurance maps, as well as a site reconnaissance to observe the entire proposed sewer alignment. STONE provided knowledge to the Village of areas of potential concern as part of construction activities for installation of the new system.

“Bayshore Environmental is very pleased to have engaged STONE to conduct a Phase II assessment of a contaminated commercial property.  The technical staff at STONE worked with us to develop an excellent program that entailed soil and groundwater sampling, testing and removal of drums of waste petroleum products, and the remediation of contaminated soil.  STONE conducted the work in a timely manner, produced an excellent report that was tailored to meet our needs, and all at a very reasonable cost.  We are pleased to endorse STONE and look forward to working with them in the future.”