Environet is a veteran-owned, Native-Hawaiian owned, SBA certified 8(a) small disadvantaged firm providing environmental advisory and engineering services to public and private entities in Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. Clients benefit from direct access to top management and well-established relationships with key area suppliers, contractors, and decision-makers.


Our staff is knowledgeable about federal, state, and local regulations pertaining to environmental services and their reporting requirements. This experience results from providing consulting services to the following Federal and local government entities


         U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu Engineer District;

         U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District;

         U.S. Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific Division;

         State of Hawaii;

         City and County of Honolulu; and

         Counties of Kauai, Maui, and Hawaii.


Our contracts with these clients have required compliance under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Solid Waste Disposal Act (SWDA), and Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). We have prepared environmental assessments, site assessments, baseline studies, economic and risk analysis and assessments and remedial action plans; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Section 404 permits, Stream Alteration permits, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES Phase I and Phase II) permits, and National Park Service Historic American Building (HABS) surveys.


We have the technical capability to address civil and environmental planning and engineering projects including


         Environmental Impact Statements (SIN 899-1)

         Environmental Assessments (SIN 899-1)

         Environmental Program Management (SIN 899-1)

         Environmental Baseline Surveys (SIN 899-1)

         Environmental Site Assessments (SIN 899-1)

         Environmental Compliance Assessments (SIN 899-2)

         Regulatory Compliance and Coordination (SIN 899-2)

         Remedial Investigations (SIN 899-2)

         Risk Assessments (SIN 899-2)

         Pollution Prevention (SIN 899-2)

         Solid and Hazardous Waste Management (SIN 899-4)

         Lead and Asbestos Abatement Surveys and Design (SIN 899-4)

         Environmental Management through GIS and Database Application (SIN 899-7)

         Long-Term Monitoring/Long-Term Operation (SIN 899-8)

         Containment and Reduction of Hazardous Waste Sites (SIN 899-8)

         Remedial Design (SIN 899-8)

         UST Removal and Closure (SIN 899-8)


We welcome the opportunity to be of service to your agency. For more detailed information about Environet, please visit our website at www.environethawaii.com.


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Past Project Experience


The following sections describe services Environet has offered over the past three years for each applicable Special Item Number (SIN). These projects reflect our ability to deliver services on time, within budget, safely and in compliance with NEPA, SWDA, TSCA, CERCLA, and RCRA requirements.


Environmental Planning Services and Documentation (SIN 899-1)

Environet has successfully performed on projects involving environmental planning and documentation for the Department of Defense, local state and county government, and private sector clients. We have prepared environmental assessments, baseline surveys, and remedial action plans.



Contract Name: Environmental Engineering Services at Various Navy and

Marine Corps Installations

Contract No. N62742-02-D-1801

Contract Amount: 5-Year/$5-million

Project Duration: September 2002- September 2007

Original estimated completion date: September 2007

Actual completion date: ongoing

Point of Contact: U.S. Navy, Pacific Division, Naval Facilities Engineering

Command, Pearl Harbor

Jackie Sanehira

(808) 471-9186 ext. 252


Project Description: Under this IDIQ contract, Environet provides environmental planning services to the U.S. Navy, Pacific Division at locations throughout the Pacific. As of January 2004, a total of 13 delivery orders have been completed totaling $700,101.00. A majority of these delivery orders involve the preparation of environmental baseline surveys (EBS), findings of suitability to transfer (FOST) and findings of suitability to lease (FOSL) documentation for Navy property.


The EBS s are conducted to satisfy requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) 42 United States Code (USC) 9620, Section 120 (h), as amended by Sections 331 and 334 of the National Defense Authorization Act of 1997 and 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Section 373. They provide sufficient data to: (1) document existing environmental conditions of the subject parcels, (2) identify areas of potential environmental concern, and (3) classify the subject parcels based on their environmental condition.


Environet has examined sites and documented environmental concerns relating to aboveground and underground storage tanks (ASTs/USTs), asbestos-containing materials (ACM), hazardous materials/waste, heavy metals, landfills, lead-based paint (LBP), medical/biohazardous waste, mixed waste, operationally contaminated sites, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), potable water, radioactive material, radon, unexploded ordnance (UXO), and wastewater.

The FOST and FOSL documents prepared summarize the findings of the EBS s and are typically included as an attachment to purchase, transfer or leasing agreements.





Contract Name: Preparation of Environmental Assessment for Repair of

Iao Stream, Maui, Hawaii

Contract # DACAC83-00-D-0037

Contract Amount: $99,260.00

Project Duration: October 2002 to December 2003

Original estimated completion date: December 2003

Actual completion date: December 2003

Points of Contact: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu Engineers District

Warren Kanai Kent Tamai

(808) 438-2250 (808) 438-9700


Project Description: Under this contract, Environet prepared a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessment (EA) for flood control of Iao Stream on Maui. The EA analyzed the environmental impacts of the proposed alternatives and identified unavoidable adverse environmental effects should the proposed action be implemented.


A wide range of alternatives were considered ranging from construction of a concrete lined bottom to more environmentally sensitive solutions stressing the maintenance of ecological balance during low stream flow conditions. The EA developed potential mitigation measures for unavoidable impacts, examined the relationship between short-term uses of the human environment and the maintenance and enhancement of long-term productivity, and identified irreversible or irretrievable commitments of resources which would be involved if alternatives were implemented. The EA also identified direct effects and their significance, indirect effects and their significance, possible conflicts between the proposed action and objectives of Hawaii s land use plans and policies, urban quality, historic and cultural resources, and socioeconomic and market conditions.


Field visits were conducted to gather existing data required to complete an analysis of project impacts as required by the Council of Environmental Quality (CEQ), NEPA and Corps Engineering Regulations (ERs). Public meetings were conducted in compliance with NEPA regulations.

A Finding of No Significant Impact document was prepared that serves as the Army Corp s written public record explaining the rationale behind selection of the chosen course of action.


Contract Name: Makua Valley Environmental Studies Technical Assistance

Contract #P02-008

Contract Amount: $125,000.00

Project Duration: October 2002 to December 2003

Original estimated completion date: December 2003

Actual completion date: December 2003

Point of Contact: Waterways Research and Development Center

3909 Halls Ferry Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180

Steve Turnbull

(601) 634-0298


Project Description: Under this contract, Environet worked with civilian scientists from the Waterways Research and Development Center providing assistance and technical oversight during the collection of environmental data (soil, groundwater, surface water, rainfall, vadose zone) that was incorporated into an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) prepared for the Army s Live Firing Range at Makua Valley, Oahu. The data collection was done to address community concerns regarding environmental impacts created by past and on-going live fire training exercises conducted in the valley. The environmental sampling program included installation of shallow and deep nested monitoring wells, lysimeters for vadose zone monitoring, eight automated tipping rain gauges, crest gauge stream flow monitoring sites and an ISCO automated surface water sampling device in the major ephemeral stream that drains the Makua watershed. Environet prepared a three-dimensional fate and transport model for the valley simulating the potential migration of energetic contamination through the groundwater system underlying the valley. A technical review of the environmental portions of the draft and final EIS was also done by Environet.



Environmental Compliance Services (SIN 899-2)

Environet has successfully performed on projects involving environmental regulatory compliance and coordination; environmental compliance assessments; risk assessments, compliance management planning; pollution prevention surveys and plans for the Department of Defense, and local state and county government.


Contract Name: Environmental Compliance Assessment for State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Highways Division

Contract Amount: $181,196.00

Project Duration: June 2003 to December 2003

Original estimated completion date: December 2003

Actual completion date: December 2003

Points of Contact: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu Engineers District

Ms. Uyen Tran

(808) 438-0512


Project Description: Environet conducted an Environmental Compliance Assessment (ECA) for twenty-one facilities operated by the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Highways Division. Seven of the facilities were located on the island of Oahu, six on the island of Hawaii, two on Maui, two on Kauai, one on Molokai and one on Lanai. The assessment was done to assist the Department of Transportation in achieving compliance with environmental laws and regulations, including the United States Codes (USC), the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and specifically the Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), and City Ordinances and Codes.


Environet began by updating the Federal ECA TEAM Guide which has served as the basic protocol for prior assessments. This guide was supplemented by incorporating State and local environmental laws in areas where there has been a federal delegation of authority or where state and local regulations are more stringent than Federal regulations.


Environet led a team of assessors in the field which included the U.S. Army Corps and sub-consultant, Tetra Tech, Inc. The on-site assessment work was based on record searches, visual surveys of facilities, interviews with the facility managers, and performance of site surveys using federal, state, local and HDOT specific regulations as the basis for findings. Interaction with facility staff was conducted to increase staff awareness and involvement regarding environmental management and compliance requirements.


A Microsoft Access data base software program was developed that streamlined and standardized the assessment process and subsequent manipulation of data during the project. The database was populated through a web-based interface and used by team members to input individual findings. Photographic documentation of findings were uploaded and stored. Output from the software program was used to generate the draft and final Environmental Compliance Assessment Report (ECAR).


The draft and final ECAR prepared detailed the findings of the on-site assessments. The ECAR cited the appropriate regulations associated with environmental findings and contained recommendations for findings of non-compliance. An out-briefing was held with the Army and the client, HDOT, which focused on how the State could efficiently adopt a strategy for environmental compliance through development of a corrective action plan.




Contract Name: Section 206 Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Study

Phase II & III, Saipan Lagoon, Saipan

Contract Amount: $529,226.23

Project Duration: August 2001 to January 2004

Original estimated completion date: January 2004

Actual completion date: January 2004

Points of Contact: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu Engineers District

Milton Yoshimoto Kent Tamai

(808) 438-9700 (808) 438-9700


Project Description: Environet prepared a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessment (EA) for a Section 206 Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration (AER) project conducted for the Saipan Lagoon ecosystem. The ecosystem has degraded over the last 15 years due to stormwater and sediment runoff and sanitary sewer overflows resulting in sediment accumulation and algae blooms along the coastline. The purpose of the AER was to restore the degraded ecosystem structure, including its hydrology and plant and animal communities, to a less degraded and natural ecological condition. The EA explored four separate restoration alternatives, possible conflicts between the proposed action and objectives of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana s land use plans and policies, and identified unavoidable impacts and potential mitigation measures for each of these impacts. An incremental cost analysis was performed of the various restoration alternatives in an effort to optimize the environmental benefits gained against the actual restoration costs.


Environmental studies were conducted in the project area in order to establish baseline conditions in the nearshore lagoon environment. Baseline studies included water quality sampling and analysis (stormwater and groundwater), sediment sampling and analysis, watershed hydrologic analysis, marine flora and fauna survey, and marine habitat mapping. A conceptual design of recommended drainage improvements and structures to mitigate sediment runoff to the lagoon was prepared. A monitoring plan was developed to measure the effectiveness of the proposed improvements.




Contract Name: Risk Assessment and Remedial Investigation of Lead Contamination of

Water Tank Site Schofield Barracks E1162, Schofield Barracks, Oahu,

Hawaii. Contract #DACA83-00-D-0037, D/O #7

Contract Amount: $52,866.00

Contract Duration: March 2002 October 2002

Original estimated completion date: October 2002

Actual completion date: October 2002

Points of Contact: US Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu Engineers District

Fred Nakahara Kent Tamai

(808) 438-3472 (808) 438-9700


Project Description: A human health risk assessment was prepared for a contaminated tank site. The near-surface soil had excessive levels of lead as a result of prior stripping and painting activities conducted at the site. Environet prepared both a Sampling and Analysis Plan/Work Plan and a Site Safety and Health Plan for the investigation. A Remedial Investigation (RI) was conducted of the area surrounding the facility to obtain a better delineation of the vertical and lateral extent of lead contamination at the site. The soil analytical results were incorporated into a baseline human health risk assessment prepared for the property.


Waste Management Services (SIN 899-4)

Environet s experience in waste management services includes solid and hazardous waste management, waste characterization studies, review of technologies and processes impacting waste management, the development of waste management plans, and lead and asbestos abatement surveys and design.


Contract Name: Kapalama Incinerator Brick and Ash Removal

Contract Amount: $67,000.00

Project Duration: September 2001 to November 2003

Original estimated completion date: November 2003

Actual completion date: November 2003

Points of Contact: City and County of Honolulu

Department of Design and Construction

650 South King Street, 15th Floor

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Marvin Char Dexter Kubota

(808) 527-6373 (808) 833-1841


Project Description: The former Kapalama Incinerator was operated by the City and County of Honolulu as a municipal waste incinerator from 1944 to 1977 and was demolished in 1999. Environet was retained by the City to provide environmental management services for the removal of a stockpile of hazardous waste brick and ash and design and management services for the remediation of contaminated soil present at the former incinerator site. A total of nearly 900 tons of brick and ash hazardous waste material was transferred into 1.5 cubic yard super boxes and placed in containers for transport to the mainland. Environet prepared the site safety and health plan, project work plan, sampling and analysis plan for this remedial action. Environet also provided remedial action oversight and reviewed hazardous waste manifest, disposal certifications, and the site closure report.


Environet worked with the Department of Health, Hazard Evaluation and Emergency Response Office to develop the Remedial Alternatives Analysis and Response Action Memorandum for the remediation of the remaining portions of the former Kapalama Incinerator. Environet also prepared the work plan, safety and health plan, engineering plans, specifications, and cost estimate for the remedial action that will require remediation of approximately 10,000 tons of soil contamination with lead.




Contract Name: Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant

Environmental Site Assessment and Remedial Design

Contract Amount: $450,000.00

Project Duration: June 2002 to November 2003

Original estimated completion date: November 2003

Actual completion date: November 2003

Points of Contract: R.M. Towill Corporation

420 Waiakamilo Road, Suite 411, Honolulu, HI 96817

Mr. Bert Saito

(808) 842-1133


Project Description: Environet provided waste management consulting services for the $80,000,000 construction upgrade of the Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant. Tasks included: (1) historical research and preparation of a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for the entire Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) site; (2) Phase II ESA data acquisition, including drilling approximately 200 boreholes and installing five groundwater monitoring wells during three sampling investigation phases; (3) delineating the lateral and vertical extent of PCB contamination present at the site and preparation of a site characterization report; (4) preparation of a human health risk assessment evaluating health risks to site workers and visitors from near-surface contamination; (5) preparation of TSCA notification report on behalf of the City and County of Honolulu for self-implementing clean-up under TSCA 761 Part A; (6) preparation of construction plans and specifications for TSCA remediation; and (7) preparation of a soil management plan for the entire WWTP facility that described handling and disposal methods for soils contaminated with low-levels of PCBs for future construction activities.


Environet prepared construction plans and specifications for the remedial work conducted and provided consulting services during construction, including review of the contractors work plan and health and safety plan, oversight of the remediation, review of waste manifests and confirmation sampling results, review and approval of the closure report, and obtaining DOH approval for the remediation work. A total of 100 cubic yards of PCB contaminated soil was removed and disposed at a TSCA landfill on the mainland. After remediation, a soil management plan report describing the reuse/remedial/disposal alternatives was prepared which may be implemented during future excavation, handling, and disposal of low-level PCB contaminated soil still present at the WWTP site. Environet personnel successfully negotiated the disposition of PCB contaminated soil at the site with Federal and State regulators in a short time frame that allowed the construction work to be completed on schedule, saving the City and County money related to potential delay claims.


Contract Name: Miscellaneous Public Building Facilities Improvements at Ewa Sugar Mill,

Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii

Contract Amount: $785,000

Project Duration: November 2001 to December 2003

Original estimated completion date: October 2003

Actual completion date: December 2003

Points of Contract: City and County of Honolulu

Department of Design and Construction

650 South King Street, 11th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813

Clifford Lau

(808) 527-6373


Project Description: Environet, Inc. was retained to prepare construction documents to demolish and remove existing facilities and provide surface contamination remediation at a former sugar mill site.


Construction documents were prepared for the removal of contaminated "hot spots" and the placement of clean fill material over the site. Department of Health approval for the soil removal action and soil cap construction was obtained.


Investigative surveys were conducted for asbestos, PCBs, mercury, arsenic and lead paint, lead and PCB contamination in soil and petroleum contamination in groundwater. The work also included a magnetometer survey for underground storage tanks and pipelines, photographic and narrative documentation in accordance with the National Park Service Historic American Building standards for the buildings being demolished. Approvals were obtained for building permits and NPDES construction permits. Storm water quality reports, a drainage report, an erosion control plan and an irrigation reuse management plan for R-1 reclaimed water were prepared.


During construction Environet reviewed the contractor s work plan, waste manifests and confirmation sampling results, and the closure report. Due to immediate exposure risks to the public, Environet also completed sampling, analysis, removal, and disposal of on-site solid waste/hazardous waste surface materials including car, truck, and forklift batteries; miscellaneous 55-gallon drums containing petroleum products and solvents; car and truck tires; transite pipe; and used propane tanks and fire extinguishers. The project was extended for two months due to the requirement that an additional monitoring well be installed at the site.


Geographic Information Systems (SIN 899-7)


Environet has experience developing GIS systems that facilitate the storage and display of disparate pieces of environmental data through a graphical interface.

Contract Name: UST/GIS Inventory at Thirteen Legacy Military Installations, South Korea

Contract Amount: $135,000.00

Contract Duration: July 2001 to November 2001

Original estimated completion date: December 2001

Actual completion date: December 2001

Points of Contract: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District

Donald Schlack



Project Description: Environet prepared a user-friendly, integrated GIS and electronic database system capable of accepting all geotechnical and environmental information compiled by the Far East District of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (FED). The GIS/database system integrated drinking water chemistry datasets, groundwater chemistry datasets, soil chemistry datasets, and borelogs. Prior to the completion of this project, the client had no way of accessing the voluminous historic geotechnical, geologic and chemical data that had been collected during previous investigations conducted over the past decade an military installations located throughout South Korea..

This project also involved the preparation of a report summarizing the impact of fuel storage facilities (USTs, ASTs) on groundwater aquifers underlying thirteen USFK installations located throughout South Korea. Information on fuel and groundwater usage and known contamination sites at the installations were compiled from base records and from interviews with base personnel. A groundwater vulnerability report was prepared that forecasted the potential impact of future fuel system failures on the health of military personnel, the integrity of the installation groundwater resource, and political relations between the United States and the Republic of Korea. Recommendations were prepared detailing the upgrades and replacements required to the existing fuel systems.


The information compiled during this study was used to obtain additional funding to upgrade fuel storage facilities at military bases throughout South Korea. The GIS/database system developed allowed FED personnel to more efficiently access all geotechnical and environmental information developed for future projects.


Contract Name: Development of EQUIS Database for Far East District of Army Corps of

Engineers, Seoul, South Korea

Contract Amount: $35,000.00

Contract Duration: August 2002 to January 2003

Original estimated completion date: January 2003

Actual completion date: January 2003

Points of Contract: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District

Donald Schlack



Project Description: Environet merged geotechnical borehole and water well data with environmental data collected at military installations throughout South Korea. A conversion software utility was developed that facilitated the transfer of existing geotechnical borelog and water well data into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Far East District environmental database system, EQUIS. Environet trained and assisted FED and Samsung personnel in the use of the conversion utility as well as in manual data entry into the database. Over 5,000 historic geotechnical borelogs and 350 water well logs were entered into the integrated GIS/database system during the course of the project.

Contract Name: Kaneohe Ranch Geologic and Environmental Assessment

Contract Amount: $29,000.00

Contract Duration: October 2003 to January 2004

Original estimated completion date: January 2004

Actual completion date: January 2004

Points of Contract: Kaneohe Ranch

Miles Nishijima

(808) 263-8914


Project Description: A comprehensive survey documenting existing environmental, geologic and land-use conditions present on over 700 acres of undeveloped property in Windward Oahu is being conducted for a private family trust. Areas of potential environmental, geologic or legal concern are being documented using digital photography during field transects conducted by teams of Environet assessors using hand-held GPS devices. An environmental assessment is being prepared which includes reviewing land ownership records, historical site usage, historical aerial photographs and interviews of knowledgeable personnel.


Field data is collected in a custom made, map-based data management program developed to manage site maps, text documents, tables, photos and videos. The program is executable on any computer equipped with a CD ROM, allowing the client to view all project data without investing in additional software. Information about individual parcels inventoried during this assessment is accessed by pointing and clicking on a map of the project area. The base map contains various land use layers (topography, property boundaries, roads, areas of environmental concern) that appear as the user zooms in on particular areas of interest. Users can overlay various graphical or analytical data (i.e. photos, tables, text) on individual site base maps to produce customized output.



Remediation Services (SIN 899-8)


Environet s experience delivering remediation services includes dismantling, demolition, and/or removal of improvements including excavation, manifesting, transportation, storage, on-site and off-site treatment and disposal of hazardous waste.

Contract Name: RCRA Corrective Action of Sold Waste Management,

Areas of Interest and Various Bunkers, Johnston Atoll

Contract Amount: $1,434,845.00

Project Duration: March 2001 to November 2001

Original estimated completion date: November 2001

Actual completion date: September 2001

Points of Contact: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu Engineers District

Ms. Uyen Tran

(808) 438-0512


Project Description: As the prime contractor, Environet managed logistics, subcontractors and coordinated all project work with Federal, State, and Army personnel for a large site characterization and remedial action conducted at six solid waste management units and three areas of interest on Johnston Atoll. Contaminants of concern included PCBs, PAHs, heavy metals, SVOCs and chemical warfare agents and their degradation products. A sampling work plan, quality assurance/quality control plan and health and safety plan were prepared for the investigation sites. Topographic and geophysical surveys were conducted on all nine sites. The lateral and vertical extent of contamination present at seven of the nine sites were characterized by drilling over 60 borings and by multi-media sampling. A detailed remedial action work plan was then prepared based on sample results and previous sampling investigation data. The work plan detailed the lateral extent and depth of excavation work required, as well as the excavation methods to be used to minimize the amount of fugitive dust generated during excavation. Environet coordinated the complex task of mobilizing and shipping excavation equipment used to remediate the sites. Backhoes, forklifts, a dump truck, a refueling truck, a Super Sack loading hopper, and a compaction roller were delivered via barge to Johnston. A total of 960 tons of contaminated soil was removed from five discrete sites on the island. The maximum depth of excavation was 6 feet and all sites were restored to original condition by backfilling the excavations with six-inch lifts of clean limestone sand. In addition to the soil, a total of 15 tons of contaminated treated wood was boxed for off-island disposal. Verification sampling was conducted from the base of the excavations to verify that all contaminated soil had been successfully removed from the sites. The field portion of this project was completed in a 3 1/2 week period.

Environet managed the entire project, subcontracting efforts, field activities and closure reporting with in-house staff. Environet was tasked with the site characterization, remedial design, a RCRA removal action, confirmation testing, and final report writing for remedial work conducted at the nine USACAP environmental sites. A Public Notice Plan (PNP) was prepared in accordance with applicable requirements of RCRA. Environet personnel coordinated and managed five sub-contractors on this project, including drilling, laboratory, barge and trucking companies as well as heavy equipment operators. During the course of the project, Environet personnel negotiated soil remediation action levels with U.S. Fish and Wildlife personnel. A total of 975 tons of hazardous and non-hazardous contaminated soil and treated wood was excavated, packaged and transported to the mainland United States for disposal. The entire project was completed in less than six months time in order to meet the USACAP command decommissioning date on Johnston Atoll of September 2001.




Contract Name: Removal of Underground Storage Tanks, Remediation of

Contaminated Soil, and Installation of Secondary

Containment, Various Facilities, Hawaii

Contract Amount: $545,233

Contract Duration: September 2002 to December 2003

Original estimated completion date: December 2003

Actual completion date: December 2003

Points of Contact: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Honolulu Engineering District

Fred Nakahara Kent Tamai

(808) 438-3472 (808) 438-9700


Project Description: Environet served as the Prime Contractor responsible for the location and removal of USTs and associated pipeline present at Fort Shafter Flats, Helemano Military Reservation, Tripler Army Medical Center and Wheeler Army Air Field. The work was conducted under the provisions of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. A project specific safety plan, sampling and analysis plan and work plan was prepared for the project. Environet prepared all of the necessary permits, notification of closure documents and obtained all required clearances.

The excavated tanks and piping were cleaned prior to disposal. Hazardous and non-hazardous soil encountered during excavation was stockpiled and characterized prior to disposal. The excavated sites were backfilled and restored to pre-existing conditions. A large concrete pad was demolished and disposed at a local landfill. The tanks and pipelines were excavated, removed, cut, cleaned, and disposed of in accordance with Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. All tank contents, tank rinseate, and tank sludge recovered were properly characterized and disposed of at licensed facilities in accordance with these laws. The location of all soil sampling sites, the ends of the USTs, the course of the removed pipelines and permanent survey monuments were established by a licensed surveyor. Environet provided closure reports for the USTs removed


Samples were collected from each end of the UST excavations and from every 20 linear feet of piping, at piping elbows, joints, or fittings. When laboratory or field observations indicated the presence of a release from a UST or piping, Environet notified USACE and State of Hawaii UST program representatives and submitted the necessary State release notification forms. Field observations and analytical laboratory results were used to determine the extent of petroleum-impacted soil at each site and to guide the over excavation of petroleum-impacted soil. Confirmation samples were collected from the over excavation walls to verify that the petroleum constituents present in the excavation were below current State of Hawaii UST program soil action levels. A total of roughly 100 tons of predominately POL-impacted soil was excavated, characterized, and properly disposed of at a licensed facility. A geologist was present during excavation and removal activities to document and identify the impacted soil material encountered during excavation. Each investigation area was backfilled and restored to its previous condition at the end of the investigation. Topographic surveys were done for the removals and the individual soil sampling points. A chain of custody was kept for all samples collected during the investigation which were included in the UST Site Assessment/Closure Report that was prepared for the project.


Contract Name: Direct Response and Remediation of Areas Contaminated By Hazardous Materials at Camp Edwards POL Area, South Korea

Contract Amount: $50,000

Contract Duration: November 2002 March 2004

Original estimated completion date: March 2004

Actual completion date: March 2004

Points of Contact: Samsung Corporation

270-2 Seohyun-Dong, Bundang-gu

Sungnam-Si-Gyonggi-do, Korea 463-771

Dr. Suk Young Lee, Senior Manager



Project Description: The project involved the design, installation and maintenance of a remediation system to clean-up roughly 50,000 cubic meters of POL contaminated soil and groundwater at a fuel transfer station. The contamination originated from historical leakage from three large USTs and associated piping present at the facility. The project involved a preliminary site visit, installation of a pilot scale test system, design and installation of an injection/extraction system, oil-water separator and monitoring wells, preparation of an operation and maintenance plan for the installed remediation system, and routine monitoring of soil gas for CO2, O2 and hydrocarbons, monitoring soil and groundwater for TPH and BTEX compounds and microbial population, and preparation of a final summary remediation report.

Environet worked with Samsung to design and install the remediation system to treat POL contaminated soils. Approximately 50,000 cubic meters of soil were contaminated with TPH in excess of 500 ppm at the site. Extraction wells and monitoring wells were installed and in-situ respiration testing conducted to determine the field air permeability and hydraulic properties of the shallow aquifer beneath the site in order to determine the required well spacing of the remediation system. A combined soil vapor extraction/bioventing system was installed that allows for the simultaneous extraction of vapor, as well as dissolved and free phase contaminants, from soils and groundwater from the vadose zone, capillary fringe, and saturated zone. The system was a modification of the normal soil vapor extraction and bioventing systems that is particularly effective in soils with moderate permeability. This modified system had higher remediation efficiencies than just soil vapor extraction. Air-injection was conducted in conjunction with extraction of multi-phase contaminants to enhance biodegradation. By August 2003, a total of 12,000 kilograms of JP-8 and diesel free product had been recovered from the site. The recovered free product was transported to Camp Stanton where it was recycled. Water generated during product removal was stored in a temporary water tank where it was analyzed to confirm that it meets effluent wastewater limits in accordance with the Environmental Governing Standard for United States Forces, Korea.