Providing quality environmental consulting services since 1991
Phone: (502) 868-0975475 Connector Rd., Georgetown, KY 40324


GeoScience has managed hundreds of environmental projects requiring the professional services listed below:

  • Environmental Project Management
  • Subsurface Soil and Ground Water Investigations
  • Remediation System Design
  • Ground Water Monitoring
  • Project Reporting
  • Reimbursement Trust Funds
  • SPCC Plans
  • Phase II Environmental Assessments
  • Geophysical Investigations
  • NPDES/KPDES Permitting
  • NPDES/KPDES sampling & reporting
  • Vapor Intrusion Assessments
  • Well Abandonments
  • Soil and Groundwater Sampling
  • Data Analysis
  • Lead and Asbestos Sampling
  • In-situ Remediation
  • Dual Phase Extraction
  • UST Removal
  • Corrective Action Plan Development
  • Risk Assessment
  • Remediation System Installation
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Aquifer Testing / Evaluation
  • Ground Water Protection Plans
  • Phase I Environmental Assessments
  • High Resolution Site Characterization
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Waste Characterization and Disposal
  • Spill Response / Release Reporting
  • Pilot Testing
  • Site Restoration
  • Laboratory Analyses
  • Consultation
  • Regulatory Compliance (USTs)
  • Ex-situ Remediation
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • NetDMR account management and data entry

The majority of GeoScience’s projects are located in Kentucky and surrounding states, and we have also worked on special projects in Connecticut, Illinois and Virginia.

lifscreencapt3Photo showing an old, riveted underground storage tank (UST) after it was excavated. The holes would allow any liquids (fuels) to leak into the environment.
GeoScience primarily manages projects associated with petroleum releases, from the initial detection of a leak or spill, through the issuance of a “No Further Action” or closure letter, and the receipt of reimbursement (where applicable). We also have extensive experience in the remediation of dry cleaning facilities, surface spills, and vehicular accidents where fuels were released into the environment. Our project managers work closely with regulatory agencies to determine the most appropriate remedial technology and to minimize the time and cost required to complete the investigative and remedial processes. GeoScience utilizes sound scientific principles and proven methods in conjunction with new technologies to achieve the desired objectives of our clients.

Weathered gasoline entering a creek from a storm drain. Phase separated hydrocarbons (gasoline/kerosene mixture) floating atop a groundwater sample retrieved from a monitoring well.

GeoScience is a Petroleum Storage Tank Environmental Assurance Fund (PSTEAF) Eligible Company, which allows clients to be reimbursed for the cost of work that has been directed by the applicable implementing regulatory agency.