Your Guide To Bergen County NJ Site Remediation
Bergen County, New Jersey, covering approximately 246,671 square miles, is a thriving commercial, industrial and residential activity hub. It is the most populous county in New Jersey. To maintain the safety of the environment and the people who live and work in the county, it is vital to ensure that contaminated sites are correctly identified and remediated. This is where Bergen County NJ Site Remediation Services come into play.
Here we explore and aim to give you an idea of our All American Environmental Bergen County NJ Site Remediation process. Remember, we serve Hackensack, Teaneck, Fort Lee, Fair Lawn, and Garfield, to name a few, as we serve all other Bergen County towns as well.
Take a further look at our Bergen County NJ Site Remediation Process below.
Site Investigation and Assessment
Site investigation and assessment are the first steps in identifying and remediating contaminated sites. This investigation involves identifying areas suspected of contamination through physical observation and testing.
Site assessment consists in gathering and analyzing data to determine the extent and severity of contamination.
Site investigations and assessments must be conducted by licensed environmental consultants with the expertise to identify and analyze the presence of contaminants.
Submission of Paperwork
Once a site identifies as contaminated, the next step is to submit paperwork to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to begin remediation. This paperwork includes a site investigation report and a remedial action work plan. The NJDEP reviews these reports to ensure they meet all applicable environmental standards.
When soil contamination is found, the NJDEP requires the responsible party to remediate the site to meet applicable environmental standards. The remediation process may include excavation and disposal of contaminated soil or in situ remediation, such as injecting chemicals into the ground to neutralize contaminants. However, the remediation plan must be approved by the NJDEP before work can begin.
If groundwater contamination is found, the remediation process can be more complex. Groundwater remediation can involve various methods. These methods can include installing groundwater treatment systems, using reactive barriers, or injecting chemicals into the groundwater to neutralize contaminants. The NJDEP must also approve the remediation plan before work can begin.
Compliance With NJDEP Environmental Standards
The final phase of the remediation process is compliance with applicable environmental standards. Once the remediation is complete, a final remedial action report is submitted to the NJDEP. This report demonstrates that the site has been remediated to meet all applicable environmental standards. If the NJDEP approves the report, the site complies with environmental regulations and is noted as such by the local municipality.
Suspecting Contamination and Need Bergen County NJ Site Remediation Services
If you suspect contamination on your residential, commercial or industrial property and are in Bergen County, NJ, contact All American Environmental. We will professionally investigate, assess, and submit paperwork on your behalf and provide safe and efficient site remediation for any soil and groundwater contamination found.
In addition, we are in total compliance and meet all municipality-applicable environmental standards. By working with Atlantic Environmental licensed environmental consultants and contractors, to can rest assured knowing we comply with NJDEP regulations to ensure that your contaminated site is remediated correctly and that the environment and the community are protected.
Contact All American Environmental for your Bergen County NJ Site Remediation Services.
A list of counties we offer Bergen County NJ Site Remediation Services for
Waldwick, Rutherford, East Rutherford, Hillsdale, Closter, Glenrock, Fort Lee, Westwood, Fairlawn, Cliffside Park, Hasbrouck Heights. Maywood, Oradell, Cresskill, River Edge, Oakland, Rochelle Park, New Milford, Elmwood Park, Wyckoff, River Vale, Wallington, Franklin Lakes, Mahwah, Garfield, Englewood, Tenafly, Emerson, Teterboro, Park Ridge, Northvale, Ridgefield Park, Alpine, Old Tappan, Ramsey, Edgewater, Palisades Park, Midland Park, Allendale, Hackensack, Ridgewood, Washington Township, Dumont, Bogota, Paramus, Teaneck, Bergenfield, Montvale, Lodi, Saddlebrook, and Lyndhurst.