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A Logical Approach to Environmental Consulting

Client-focused and science-driven, Envirologic is an environmental consulting and services firm dedicated to providing logical solutions to environmental issues. Our team of scientists and engineers bring value to a wide range of projects through brownfield redevelopment, environmental investigation and remediation, vapor intrusion services, compliance consulting, due diligence, and ecological services.

Since Envirologic’s founding in 1989, we have applied sound science with integrity
and lived by our mission to:

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Headquartered in Kalamazoo, Michigan, we are geographically positioned to serve clients’ needs throughout Michigan, the Great Lakes region, and beyond.

Environmental Challenges Solved

We partner with clients to provide logical and comprehensive solutions by approaching environmental challenges directly and cost-effectively, with a strong emphasis on relationships and long-term value. Learn more about Envirologic’s combination of experience and individually tailored project design and how our implementation delivers proficient, scientific, and competent environmental services.

Our intentional approach focuses on relationships rather than transactions. To date, Envirologic has partnered with more than 2,500 clients in a broad range of market sectors. With nearly 10,000 sites redeveloped to date, our nimble yet comprehensive approach to our work delivers results as well as newsworthy updates.

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Featured Updates


Our New Website is LIVE!

Posted on 06/23/2022.

We are excited to announce the launch of our new website. The primary purpose for redesigning the site is to provide our clients with improved access to the information they expect from our team of professionals. Additionally, we’ve enhanced and improved many of the webpages our clients visit most often, …

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Evaluating the GSI Pathway

Posted on 06/16/2022.

When a contaminated site is located near a surface water body, there is a risk of contaminants in groundwater migrating into a lake or stream. If this is a potential route of conveyance, the Groundwater Surface Water Interface (GSI) pathway is taken into consideration during an exposure pathway evaluation. Since …

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When Should the Incremental Sampling Method be Used?

Posted on 06/08/2022.

Common practice for soil sampling is to collect a discrete sample (soil from a known location and depth) from a few points and compare the analytical data to exposure criteria. In particular situations, discrete sampling is biased and not reproducible. For instance, if a soil sample is analyzed for arsenic …

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