Biggs and Mathews environmental monitoring team provides experienced field support throughout Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.
We provide field and office support related to landfill gas monitoring and reporting; groundwater sampling and reporting; data management; statistical analysis; surface water sampling and analysis; leachate sampling and analysis; and sampling for solid waste landfills.
Our engineers have extensive experience in both the design of LFG collection systems and field oversight during their installation. This gives us a unique full project perspective that allows us to design LFG collection systems that are effective and cost efficient while requiring fewer field changes during the construction project.
Routine and non-routine groundwater monitoring services at more than twenty landfills in Texas and Oklahoma including background, detection, and assessment monitoring events. In addition to routine regulatory groundwater monitoring reports, we prepare alternate source demonstrations and assessments of corrective measures, as well as corrective action monitoring and evaluations. We evaluate analytical results, perform statistical analyses, prepare reports, and manage large volumes of analytical data generated by groundwater monitoring. BME coordinates with the lab and client to ensure the regulatory reporting schedule and budget are met.
BME personnel have conducted sample collection and monitoring of contamination in the surface water, groundwater, and stream sediment. BME has completed these projects for clients from the petroleum industry, governments, school districts, manufacturing, solid waste, legal, real estate, agricultural production, and many more.
Routine monitoring of gas probes and LFG migration and remediation evaluation, and regulatory reporting.
Our technicians have conducted surface emissions monitoring (SEM) for both private waste companies and municipalities. Well and surface monitoring is performed in accordance with the NSPS regulations (40 CFR Part 60.755 b-d) and perimeter probe monitoring as required by the TCEQ pursuant to Texas Administrative Code §330.56 (n)(11)(A).
Includes the design, installation and construction of LFG collection and monitoring systems, including probes, extraction wells, piping systems, condensate management systems, blowers, flares, and ancillary systems. Our team has supervised initial system start-up of the landfill gas to energy system as well as long-term system operation, monitoring, and maintenance.