Creek Run’s Annual Environmental Geology Symposium
In the environmental industry, one of the biggest challenges environmental professionals face is staying current on training, continued education, and certifications. Creek Run has developed a unique solution to this challenge. For the last eight years, Creek Run has hosted an annual Environmental Geology Symposium where employees earn necessary training credits and re-certifications. The symposium […]
Creek Run Raises Over $3,300 for the Friends of the Limberlost
Creek Run hosted the 8th Annual James Peterson Memorial Fish Fry & Cornhole Tournament on August 8, 2014. This charity event is held every year in honor of the late James Peterson, founder of Jay Petroleum and one of the original owners of Creek Run. The event is attended by employees, family, clients, and contractors. All […]
Small Foot-Print Problem Resolved by Two-Tiered Remediation System
In Spring 2014, Creek Run installed a two-tiered remediation system for a client that was concerned about limited parking space and overall profile at one of their convenience stores in Michigan City, Indiana. Upon site characterization approval in December 2012, Creek Run conducted pilot testing and determined an air sparge/soil vapor extraction and groundwater recovery […]
Proposed Gasoline Station & Convenience Store in Carmel, IN
A Unique Experience – When Jay Ricker of Ricker Oil Company (Ricker) purchased undeveloped land in Carmel, Indiana with the intent to construct a new gasoline station and convenience store, he had no idea the challenges that would lie ahead of him.
We Get Closure!
In May 2014, Creek Run received its 100th No Further Action (NFA) letter! This site was located in Middletown, Indiana with a petroleum release dating back to 2001. Closure was facilitated by a new property owner signing-off on an Environmental Restrictive Covenant (ERC). Since Creek Run’s inception in 1993, we have achieved closure of 103 sites. We are extremely […]