It is common for industrial manufacturing facilities to potentially come across or experience contamination in their groundwater supply. These occurrences come about from a variety of sources such as leaks or spills of industrial chemicals, runoff of waste, on-site septic tanks, and more. BESST has been able to work with many industrial sites from steel facilities to nuclear waste facilities. For instance, BESST conducted a dynamic flow and depth-dependent chemistry profile on a groundwater well at a steel facility where the contaminants of concern were nitrate and trichloropropane (TCP) substances. After the analysis of the profiling data, BESST was able to isolate the depth interval where contamination was greatest and through well modification was able to successfully reduce the concentrations to within regulatory limits.