Handex Insights

Handex Shines in Privately Funded PFAS Cleanup Project

July 22, 2024 | Mayleen Andujar Topics: Dewatering, Field Work, Environmental Cleanup, PFAS, Wastewater Treatment, Dredging, Waste Minimization, Wastewater, sludge

Are you facing challenges with sedimentation ponds nearing capacity or affecting your discharge limits? Lean on an expert like Handex for assistance. Handex specializes in using the most efficient and economical equipment to restore your ponds and basins to peak efficiency. This is exemplified by a ... Read More

Handex is Expanding: Join Our Team of Environmental Professionals

June 3, 2024 | Mayleen Andujar Topics: Field Work

At Handex, we are on a mission to address today's environmental challenges while shaping a sustainable future for generations to come. Our commitment to excellence and innovation has driven us to expand our operations, and we are excited to announce that we are hiring! Read More

Phase One Assessment Work on Defunct Golf Courses

April 6, 2023 | Mayleen Andujar Topics: Environmental Engineering, Green Remediation, Groundwater Remediation, Field Work, Landfill Remediation, Environmental Cleanup, Remediation, Soil Remediation

Golf courses across America represented status and exclusivity for those who could afford to play the game. In areas with more modest income, golf was often seen as a way for the business elite to mingle. However, according to Business Insider, people aren’t playing golf like they used to. They ... Read More

Safety Tips for Working in Extreme Heat

May 30, 2019 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Field Work

As we enter the summer season in Florida, temperatures begin to peak and reach potentially dangerous heights for outdoor workers. If you are one of those sweating your way through the work week, you should be aware of the numerous health risks associated with extreme heat and how to avoid them. Read More

Telemetry Systems - What Are They and How Do We Use Them?

August 17, 2017 | Brian Bausback Topics: Environmental Engineering, Field Work

Telemetry systems were first used in the 19th century. Designed to provide real-time information, these automated communication systems allow data to be collected remotely and transmitted electronically for monitoring. Read More

What is a Geotechnical Assessment?

August 17, 2016 | John Baeringer Topics: Field Work, Site Evaluation

When a site is being evaluated for development, the person responsible for developing the property would order a geotechnical assessment. The primary concern is the foundation and how to properly design the foundation for the building. For example, if builders do not put down the right type of slab ... Read More

What is the Cleanup Process for Environmental Contamination?

July 28, 2016 | Levi Langevin Topics: Field Work, Environmental Cleanup

The goal of any cleanup program is to remediate the site quickly and redevelop the land in ways that benefit communities and local economies. Although cleanup strategies can vary from site to site, there are a few basic steps that are common across the board: Read More

The Role of the Field Technician

June 14, 2016 | Tia Burns Topics: Field Work

Field Technicians are essential to the work we do at Handex. They perform a variety of duties at various environmental remediation and industrial service job sites, including wastewater treatment facilities and refineries. Read More