- How do we work together?
- How does ReSolution Partners provide turnkey solutions?
- What type of guarantees does ReSolution Partners provide?
- What is our approach to solving a remediation problem?
- Why are treatability studies important?
- When are pilot tests appropriate?
- How can screening tests help manage the treatment process?
1. How do we work together?
ReSolution Partners is not a consulting or contractor firm. We add value to existing teams by developing and implementing site-specific technologies for heavy metal and VOC contaminants. The attached table illustrates the type of services we perform at various stages of project implementation. roles&resp table.pdf (19.67 KB)
Through our network of professionals, we assemble teams to implement a solution cost-effectively and efficiently. Collectively, the team will offer performance guarantees with little or no risk to the site owner for implementation.
3. What type of guarantees does ReSolution Partners provide?
- Fixed cost for fixed services.
- Performance-based contracts, where payment is made based on successfully achieving remediation goals.
- Cost sharing of financial risk. For select long-term projects, compensation is deferred for up front treatment development costs until approval is received to implement a remedy.
4. What is our approach to solving a remediation problem?
With background site information, ReSolution Partners staff develops ideas for remedial options. Options may include alternative property uses and risk-based remediation goals to expand the type of solutions available to renew a property. Custom chemistries are then developed through treatability study evaluations. With regulatory and owner acceptance, the full-scale remedy is then implemented.
5. Why are treatability studies important?
Treatability studies provide a low cost evaluation for site-specific chemistries. Often, companies use “off the shelf” products at conservative dosage rates. This approach can be successful, though a better reagent mix at a lower dose would result in a cost savings, with reduced risk of treatment failure. With a treatability study, chemistries are designed for specific site conditions, and allow for evaluating alternate treatment scenarios and land use options.
6. When are pilot tests appropriate?
Pilot tests should be considered for:
- Large-scale projects
- Complex chemistries that require field confirmation
- In situ management options
- Groundwater injections
- Subsurface mixing (below ground)
- Confirming mixing of heavy clay soils or heterogeneous soils
7. How can screening tests help manage the treatment process?
Screening tests are used in several stages of a remediation project. In bench-scale trials, the use of screening tests offer quick turn times, and results that do not require regulatory reporting. Screening tests can also be used in pilot and full-scale treatment to provide in field process control, allowing for adjustments to be made to the remedy as the treatment progresses.