ENVIRONMENTAL and WATER QUALITY

Environmental water quality issues can result from natural and/or anthropogenic sources and can affect both surface water and ground water resources.  For environmental issues related to impacts to water resources, LWS can develop plans to identify the location and quantify the extent of contaminants, as needed for determining fate and transport.  Developing water quality monitoring data is vital to evaluate impacts to surface and ground water supplies and to develop the methods to mitigate impacts.  LWS can then use data collected from the identification of the depth and breadth of the issue(s) to assess remediation strategies.    LWS' 3-dimensional visualizations of the data help to better understand complex water quality issues in heterogeneous ground water systems.

LWS' team of engineers and hydrogeologists have decades of experience in providing consulting services in the environmental areas of: