Leading Investigations into PFAS in the Environment
The 20th and 21st centuries have seen the rise of PFAS as a challenging new environmental contaminant and a growing body of science has found potential adverse health impacts associated with high levels of PFAS exposure, including liver damage, thyroid disease, decreased fertility, and certain types of cancer. The EPA has classified PFAS as an emerging contaminant while scientists establish standard toxicity values and potential pathways to human exposure.
Stone’s Environmental Assessment and Remediation team leverages site understanding and knowledge of how PFAS accumulate and migrate to support comprehensive investigations and ongoing monitoring to inform decision making. Stone provides in-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations, and deploys cost-effective data collection, assessment, and design expertise for the benefit of our clients.
Our Services and Expertise Include:
- High Resolution Site Characterization
- Vapor Intrusion
- Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments
- Groundwater Contamination
- Environmental Sampling
- PFAS Monitoring
- Site Specific Health and Safety Plan