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What causes PFAS contamination?

By Eagle Synergistic | June 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

The PFAS family of “forever chemicals” are under constant investigation as regulators and environmental professionals alike work to better understand these chemicals and their impacts on the environment. While it is important to understand the fate and transport of these compounds, it is also important to understand their origin. The chemistry of PFAS was discovered…

3D Modeling Visualizations to Enhance Your Conceptual Site Models

By Eagle Synergistic | April 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

HRSC subsurface data tools such as the MIP or OIP can help identify  contamination that exists at most  environmental remediation sites. While this technology is shaping the future of site characterization and remediation designs, one project  can generate thousands of data points. Tables and reports can be difficult to interpret and your contamination plume can…

PFAS Drinking Water Contamination Testing Comes with Unique Challenges

By Eagle Synergistic | April 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

At Eagle Synergistic, we are constantly re-evaluating and improving our methodologies and processes to address industry concerns and trends. When it comes to emerging contaminants, Eagle Synergistic is ever vigilant. According to the USGS, “Emerging contaminants” can refer to many kinds of chemicals, including medicines, personal care or household cleaning products, lawn care and agricultural…

Eagle Synergistic Opens West Coast Location

By Eagle Synergistic | March 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

In the wake of their recent growth, Eagle Synergistic Optimizing Technologies will be expanding to San Jose, CA at the end of Q1 of 2020. Eagle Synergistic is a nationwide company, and with the additional location and mobile unit on the West Coast, Eagle Synergistic will have better capability to quickly mobilize and continue to…

Eagle Synergistic Updates NAICS codes to Participate in Government Contracts

By Eagle Synergistic | February 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

Eagle Synergistic, a certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), has updated our NAICS codes to participate in government contracts to provide High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC), Advanced Site Characterization Tools (ASCT), & Subsurface Imaging services. We’re constantly seeking to improve our services and offerings at Eagle Synergistic Optimizing Technologies. We offer a wide range of…

Environmental Remediation Workshops

By Eagle Synergistic | February 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

Eagle Synergistic attended several exciting and important conferences recently, two of which were environmental workshops located in Atlanta, Georgia and Knoxville, Tennessee. These workshops centered around the theme of “Insitu Next Generation.” Janet Castle, our President and Founder at Eagle Synergistic Optimizing Technologies, had the pleasure of speaking at both events on “Strategic Utilization of…

Remediation & Environmental Management Workshops

By Eagle Synergistic | October 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

This month we’re proud to be participating in two important conferences in the environmental consulting industry. October 15, 2019, we will see you at our booth at the CEMS Fall Conference, located at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado. The focus is on “Economic Growth and Sustainability: Finding the Balance Between Population Growth and Environmental…

Understanding the Groundwater Sampler (GWS)

By Eagle Synergistic | August 9, 2019 | Comments Off on Understanding the Groundwater Sampler (GWS)

One of the newest HRSC tools, the Groundwater Sampler (GWS), allows operators to create an injection pressure log, while also being able to stop and take multiple discrete groundwater samples at various depths. The probe body houses 20 injection/collection screens and the operator uses two 1/4-inch water lines, one is designated for injecting, and the…

Understanding Low Level Membrane Interface Probe (LL-MIP) – ppb levels

By Eagle Synergistic | April 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Understanding Low Level Membrane Interface Probe (LL-MIP) – ppb levels

The Low-Level Membrane Interface Probe (LL-MIP) is a powerful tool from GeoProbe’s Direct Imaging toolkit. The LL-MIP system uses the same probe as standard MIP mode. However, unlike the standard Membrane Interface Probe operation, which uses continual carrier gas flows to carry VOCs from a membrane on the probe up a gas line and into…

Understanding a Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

By Eagle Synergistic | January 3, 2019 | Comments Off on Understanding a Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

The Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) is another powerful tool from GeoProbe’s Direct Imaging toolkit. The MIP allows operators to detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs) within the soil. As the MIP tool is advanced by direct push drilling, a heater block that houses a semipermeable membrane is heated to a set point, typically around 120 degrees…