What is the Purpose of a Monitoring Well?

What is the Purpose of a Monitoring Well?

There are over 20,000 groundwater monitoring wells in the US. Its network consists of federal, state, and local sites. Curious about the purpose of a monitoring well? It has to do with the water that flows through the taps of approximately 145 million Americans. This water comes from a groundwater source. Although it’s usually safe, contamination is possible. […]

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Guide to Point Source Pollution

Guide to Point Source Pollution

Guide to Point Source Pollution Point source pollution can have incredibly harmful impacts on the environment, although it’s a current part of life as we know it. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t any regulations a company needs to follow. But what do you mean by point source? Keep reading and find out the difference […]

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Guide: Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, Prevention

Guide: Nonpoint Source Pollution Control, Prevention

Nonpoint Source Pollution and How To Control and Prevent It There are two basic types of water pollution: point source and nonpoint source. Point source pollution comes from single sources (e.g., a pipe from a factory dumping waste into a river). Nonpoint source pollution is more difficult to trace and control. However, it is the […]

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Soil & Groundwater Testing, Hudson County NJ

Soil & Groundwater Testing, Hudson County NJ

Hudson County NJ Water and Soil Testing Services Earlier this month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a plan to clean up Burlington County, NJ townships. The plan will address soil and groundwater contamination in both Delran and Cinnaminson. But don’t sigh with relief because you don’t live in the area. Unfortunately, Hudson County water […]

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Can I Remove My Own Oil Tank in NJ?

Can I Remove My Own Oil Tank in NJ?

Can I Remove My Own Oil Tank in NJ? Many older homes in New Jersey have underground storage tanks (USTs). They were a common addition that allowed storage of oil used as a heating source during the winter. Although many of them are no longer in use, they’re still buried in the yards of many […]

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Guide to Phase 1 & Phase 11 ESA's in NJ

Guide to Phase 1 & Phase 11 (ESA) in NJ

A Guide to Phase 1 and Phase 11 Environmental Site Assessment in NJ By the end of last year, there were almost 15,000 contaminated sites in New Jersey. These contaminants usually consist of pollutants or hazardous waste and substances. Often they’re found in everyday household products or can result from industrial processes. Regardless of which, they’re usually […]

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Groundwater & Soil Testing, Warren County NJ

Groundwater & Soil Testing, Warren County NJ

Groundwater & Soil Testing, Warren County NJ: All American Environmental Do you live or own a commercial property in Warren County, NJ? Are you aware that various chemicals can contaminate the soil, such as petroleum products, radon, asbestos, lead, pesticides, copper arsenate, and creosote? Soil pollution is primarily caused due to human activities and industries. […]

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NJ Oil Tank Full Disclosure Tips When Selling Home

NJ Oil Tank Full Disclosure Tips When Selling Home

Oil Tank Full Disclosure Tips When Selling Your NJ Home New Jersey is hoping there’ll be 100% clean energy across the state by 2050. This is according to the New Jersey Energy Master Plan. Implementation of the Plan means converting current heating systems to electric heat pumps. About 85% of homes currently use other systems including heating […]

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