PM Environmental, a Lansing-based environmental consulting firm, today was awarded an indefinite scope contract by the State of Michigan to focus on abandoned underground storage tank sites where there is no longer a viable responsible party to conduct cleanup activities required under state law.
“The state intends to utilize this contract for (underground storage tanks) and contaminant source removal projects at orphan and non-liable party Leaking Underground Storage Tank sites statewide,” says Casey Armstrong, PM’s regional manager of contract services.
The services under the contract include excavation design, underground storage tank removal, soil excavation and sampling, monitoring well installation and sampling, and preparation of reports. The three-year contract has an option to be extended for two additional years.
The contract was broken down into several regions to match the footprint of each of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality district office locations.
PM Environmental was selected for all of the state districts, including Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.