Superior Adds Experienced Scientist – Terry Lendy

Mr. Terry Lendy has joined Superior's Springfield, Illinois, office to provide a number of professional services for Environmental Compliance.   Terry serves as a Staff/Field Scientist and has over 22 years of experience in the environmental field in meeting the needs of both public and private sector clients. His technical experience includes wetland investigations, soil and groundwater sampling, Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, asbestos inspections, and mold investigations. Terry has been involved in various environmental projects throughout Illinois, [...]

2019-04-04T02:43:13-04:00August 17th, 2016, 05:00am|

Regulatory Changes Affecting Marina Fueling Stations

Article by Jonathan Sowder, Project Scientist at Superior Environmental Corp, as it appeared in the 2nd Quarter 2016 issue of Marine Trade News from Michigan Boating Industries Association.   Although it is very convenient for boaters to refill their gas tanks at the marina dock, there exists a certain amount of liability for the marinas that sell the fuel. A lot of work and infrastructure goes into storage and dispensing fuel, and even with the best intentions, sometimes the underground [...]

2018-03-22T12:58:59-04:00August 11th, 2016, 05:00am|

Badger Injection

The Badger Injection System (Badger) is an innovative way to effectively deliver a wide range of remediation chemicals to the subsurface. Badger is a proprietary injection system that has proven toinject a variety of in-situ remediation products both further and faster than conventional technologies. Badger has delivered unprecedented radius, distribution, contact, monitoring and controls for in-situ remedial products during injection delivery events. Ongoing equipment, tooling and process refinements, along with the ability to quickly make adjustments (variable) to match a [...]

2019-05-01T06:56:50-04:00July 8th, 2016, 05:00am|

Project Summary – Pilot Injection Test

Superior Environmental Corp was invited to bid on a pilot test scale injection to test how well 50 gallons of the Tersus product NutriSulfate® would be accepted in a shallow water bearing unit of sand bound by an upper and lower clay unit. This saturated sand layer was varied in thickness but predominately bottomed out at approximately 20 feet below ground surface. Upon award of the pilot test, Superior Environmental Corp utilized its innovative injection technology (Badger). The Badger Injection [...]

2019-01-05T11:11:56-05:00May 10th, 2016, 05:00am|

MUSTA Buy-Down Deductible Due by March 31

Notice to Owners/Operators in Michigan with 7 or Fewer USTs: MUSTA Buy-Down Deductible Due by March 31, 2016 If you own 7 or fewer refined petroleum underground storage tanks (USTs) and you want to use the new Michigan Underground Storage Tank Authority (MUSTA) fund as your financial responsibility mechanisms, then you should be aware of the following information: The deductible for a release is $50,000. However, if you own 7 or less USTs, you can reduce the deductible per release [...]

2018-03-22T13:11:03-04:00March 18th, 2016, 05:00am|

The Power of GIS

There is an increasing awareness of the benefits associated with utilizing a geographic information system (GIS). GIS helps users visualize, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends. GIS benefits organizations of all sizes and in almost every industry. Superior Environmental Corp utilizes ArcGIS software powered by ESRI paired with EOS-Arrow Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment to collect data with high level accuracy. The technology allows our field scientists to log relevant information, survey features with sub-foot accuracy, [...]

2018-03-22T13:14:06-04:00February 8th, 2016, 05:00am|

LUST Site Closure Case Study

Superior Environmental Corp (Superior), on behalf of a confidential Bay County, Michigan automobile dealership, was hired to investigate and close a used oil underground storage tank (UST) release at the car dealership, originally reported in 1997. The following remedial actions were performed: On September 29, 1997, two 1,000 gallon steel UST systems were removed from the ground. On December 2 and 3, 1998, approximately 394 cubic yards of impacted soil was excavated from the UST basins. However, after the excavation, [...]

2018-03-22T13:14:59-04:00February 2nd, 2016, 05:00am|

Superior Spill Response Capabilities

Superior recently attended the 26th annual No-Spills Conference in Traverse City as a contributing vendor. The Northern Michigan Waterways Hazardous Material Spill Planning Committee (No-Spills) is a regional organization focused on prevention of hazardous material spills on the Great Lakes and its tributaries. No-Spills provides a platform for networking that encourages and facilitates interaction between agency and industry professionals, subject matter experts, and other interested parties to foster communication and promote the study and analysis of issues associated with the [...]

2018-03-22T13:15:55-04:00January 29th, 2016, 05:00am|
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