ForensisGroup Secondary Containment Expert Witnesses work in the area of the containment of hazardous liquids to prevent pollution of soil and water. They employ common techniques such as the use of spill berms to contain oil-filled equipment, fuel tanks, truck washing decks, or any other places or items that may leak hazardous liquids.
These experts have spent years working with fuel service stations, in environmental agencies, and in the petroleum industry. Their expertise includes the installation of underground storage tanks, the product piping, secondary containment of piping and monitoring equipment, and permit procurement.
Some of our secondary containment expert witnesses have years of experience in the field of chemical engineering with expertise in environmental best practices, environmental mitigation, employee safety issues, chemical processes and processing equipment issues.
Our experts have additional knowledge in crisis strategy, communications, assessing industrial accidents, and assessing requirements for wastewater treatment.
They are called upon to define the need for adequate secondary containment, review environmental permitting and scheduling, evaluate proper equipment usage, chemical handling, evaluate plumbing and structural supports, and maintenance procedures.
If our selection doesn’t include the Secondary Containment expert witness you’re looking for, contact us. We will assist you in locating the right expert for your case, and provide you with an initial case consultation at no cost. And because our experts don’t pay a fee to be listed, we recruit only the most trusted and credible experts based on a rigorous screening process. Contact us to learn more and retain a highly-qualified expert for your case.