The Dirt on Cleanliness, Clean vs Green

The Dirt on Cleanliness

The Dirt on Cleanliness Human societies and most religions place a high premium on cleanliness. In Christianity, the saying goes that it’s next to godliness. There’s no doubt that being clean is vital in preventing the spread of diseases, avoiding food poisoning and many other health hazards. But ‘clean’ is also a moral concept and […]

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2018 Update - NJDEP Site Remediation Program Rule Changes

2018 Update – NJDEP Site Remediation Program Rule Changes

2018 Update – NJDEP Site Remediation Program Rule Changes   The NJDEP Site Remediation Regulatory Program (NJDEP SRRP) is likely to see some changes to its rules and regulations in 2018. It has been almost 10 years since it was first enacted, and it clearly needs some fine-tuning. Some issues that are likely to be […]

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Tips for Spring Heating Oil Tank Maintenance

Tips for Spring Heating Oil Tank Maintenance

Tips for Spring Heating Oil Tank Maintenance As you do not use your oil tank in the spring, note that spring heating oil tank maintenance is crucial. When the weather starts to heat up, especially if you live in the Northeastern region of the United States, you’re likely preparing for outdoor activities and events that […]

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The Importance of Testing Your Soil For Lead

The Importance of Testing Your Soil For Lead

The Importance of Testing Your Soil For Lead   Soil and groundwater contamination is a major concern in urban properties, as well as agricultural land. Among the most toxic substances present in the soil of residential properties are heavy metals, such as lead, arsenic, zinc, and mercury. Lead is one of the most common and […]

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Site-Specific Construction Environmental Management Plans

Five Site-Specific Construction Environmental Management Plans

Five Site-Specific Construction Environmental Management Plans   All construction activities, whether big or small, can result in some damages to the local environment. These damages include site contamination, waste production, air pollution, noise pollution, and water-quality deterioration. Under the Environment Protection Act (EPA), any party involved in an environmental nuisance can be prosecuted. Therefore, you […]

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