Fate and Transport Modelling of contaminants in soil and groundwater has become an important tool for the development of remedial strategies and the human health risk assessment process of contaminated sites.
Environmental Strategies has expertise in geology, hydrogeology, chemistry and computing that are needed to be able to understand a contaminant transport problem and to develop a model that confidently represents the fate of contaminants at a site.
Environmental Strategies has the in-house specialist skills to conduct fate and transport groundwater modelling which includes simple one dimensional models (to determine the transportation of a plume), two dimensional models such as BIOSCREEN as well as more sophisticated models which can predict the breakdown pathways and rates including MT3D, MODFLOW and Bioplume III.
The right model to use is a function of the type of site, the contaminants, time and budget constraints. Environmental Strategies will be able to advise on the best approach for your site and your needs.