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ESG operates on a cost-recovery basis, working on a wide range of contaminated sites projects with an innovative component.
Stakeholder engagement and involvement in all aspects of projects, including long-term monitoring
Risk assessment and risk communication
Bioremediation in cold climates
Aquatic site assessment and remediation
Treatment wetlands for water pollution control
Long-term monitoring for site closure
Scientific guidance development
Refinement of aquatic site remediation protocols
Developing state-of-the-science approaches to aquatic and terrestrial contaminated site investigations
Advancing the scientific basis for ecological and human health risk assessments to determine real, rather than perceived, risks to humans and the environment
Developing sustainable strategies for the cleanup of contaminated sites, including biological approaches such as using native bacteria (bioremediation) or plants (phytoremediation) to remove, transform or sequester organic and inorganic contaminants