SMA has provided remediation and corrective action activities related to leaking petroleum storage tank (LPST) sites to agencies such as the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau (PSTB) for 25 years. SMA’s specific remedial action experience includes providing site investigation and well sampling services, mitigation of potential hazardous and explosive vapors, installation of drinking water point source remediation systems, remediation of highly contaminated subsurface soil, optimization of remediation systems, and remediation system decommissioning. Phased activities as identified by NMED PSTB include Minimum Site Assessment (MSA), Phase I – Investigation & Characterization, Phase II – Product Recovery, Phase III – Remediation System Design, Phase IV – Remediation System Construction, and Phase V – Remediation System Operations & Maintenance (O&M) and Monitoring. All SMA technical staff directly involved with LPST investigation and remediation services are 40-hour OSHA HAZWOPER certified in compliance with SMA’s Corporate Health & Safety Plan.