Frequently Asked Question

Remediation Process

Who will be performing the remediation?


Basic Remediation Company has been leading the remediation effort with a team of experts and will continue in this role until the restoration is complete. Basic Remediation Company will carry out the plans agreed upon and approved by the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, which has oversight during the entire remediation process.

Basic Remediation Company hired Weston Solutions, Inc. to be the project's construction manager and assist with oversight.

Basic Remediation Company selected ENTACT as the project remediation contractor.  ENTACT was responsible for building a state-of the art 66-acre  Corrective Action Management Unit (CAMU), where contaminated soil from the 2,200-acre site has been safely interred.  ENTACT performed the remediation work under the close supervision of Basic Remediation Company , Weston Solutions and the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection.

Basic Remediation Company and the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, along with the City of Henderson have worked together to ensure the property is remediated to the standards that allow for residential development.

Basic Remediation Company's project manager is Dr. Ranajit (Ron) Sahu, Ph.D. Dr. Sahu received his doctorate from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and has more than 22 years of experience in the fields of environmental, mechanical and chemical engineering and has successfully executed more than 300 projects.  He has expertise in managing large remediation projects in more than 40 states, numerous local jurisdictions and internationally as well. He has comprehensive compliance experience encompassing all environmental study areas including air, water, solid and hazardous waste, mixed waste, noise and community involvement programs. Dr. Sahu is a Certified Environmental Manager (CEM) in the State of Nevada, a quality environmental planner as defined by the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice (IPEP), has authored numerous publications in the field of environmental engineering and holds positions as adjunct professor at UCLA and  Loyola Marymount University.

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