Whiterock installed 15 TreeWell© systems at a municipal golf course near Orlando, Florida. Our team provided logistical coordination, equipment operation and labor to drill 48” diameter holes to groundwater in partnership with a Pier Drilling Rig, installed TreeWell Systems, backfilled holes, and planted designated trees in the system.
Whiterock provides regulatory compliance administration, labor and equipment for operation and maintenance of a 360-acre active remediation site. Project responsibilities include groundwater monitoring, data collection and contractor coordination and oversight. As needed, our team of field technicians install, operate, maintain and decommission Air Sparge, Multiphase Extraction, Oxygen Injection, Free Product and Phytoremediation systems at the site.
Semi-annually Whiterock collects groundwater fluid level measurements, field parameters and samples from 70 monitoring wells utilizing low-flow peristaltic pumps and bailers. The monitoring well network canvases a 360-acre impacted site.
Location: Abandoned Lease Site, Oklahoma
Services Provided: Land Reclamation
Whiterock received a call from the client to inspect an abandoned lease site near Seiling, Oklahoma. The site contained a 100’x30’ tank battery pad, 15’x15’ pole barn, 4 rig anchors and construction debris from various well site activities. Our team removed the rig anchors and leveled the dirt berm across the location. The small pole barn was disassembled and disposed at the landfill. The client promptly received Site Restoration approval from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Whiterock provides ongoing groundwater monitoring at operating convenience stores and adjoining sites for OCC Licensed Consultants. Our team collects groundwater fluid level measurements, field parameters and samples utilizing low-flow peristaltic pumps and bailers.
Whiterock’s OCC Licensed Consultant was contracted by a retail fuel facility to conduct a leaking underground storage tank (LUST) investigation. Our team installed monitoring wells to obtain soil and groundwater concentrations of BTEX, TPH-GRO and TPH-DRO and delineate the contaminant plume on site.
Whiterock provided 40-hour Hazwoper certified labor for an injection and vacuum extraction event on six monitoring wells at an operating convenience store in Altus, OK. The surfactant injections were targeted at specific wells cited by the consultant as having historical impact above SSTLs.
Whiterock was awarded the bid to decommission two Phytoremediation plots that were no longer applicable to the current remedial action plan at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma. 268 trees and stumps, along with 500’ of concrete curbing, were removed and disposed at a local landfill.
Whiterock was contracted by a fuel distributor after the client received a letter for an inactive Underground Storage Tank at a bulk fuel facility. The tank had been registered Permanently Out of Use (POU) and required permanent closure according to Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) guidelines. Upon inspection of the UST, the tankhold was found to be within 6” of the foundation of an office building on the location.
Whiterock installed 215 TreeWell© Systems across a 20-acre site near New Stanton, Pennsylvania. Our team provided logistical coordination, equipment operation and labor to drill 48” diameter holes to groundwater in partnership with a Pier Drilling Rig, install TreeWell Systems, backfill holes, and plant designated trees in the system.