Bergen County Soil and Groundwater Testing, NJ

Bergen County Soil and Groundwater Testing, NJ

Bergen County Soil and Groundwater Testing, NJ Harmful chemicals, heavy metals, and residues can damage soil and groundwater. This can lead to hazardous effects for people, animals, and the environment. Ridding the environment of these contaminants is in the best interest of everyone. Bergen County soil and groundwater testing services can help you avoid the consequences of […]

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What Are Ambient Water Quality Standards in NJ?

Ambient Water Quality Standards in NJ

What Are Ambient Water Quality Standards in NJ? Have you ever given it much thought as to what the ambient water quality standards are in NJ, let alone what ambient water even is? Pollution in our lakes and rivers is a bigger problem than many people realize: in fact, one of the most polluted lakes […]

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Contaminated Soil from Heating Oil: A Homeowner's Guide

Contaminated Soil from Heating Oil: A Homeowner’s Guide

Contaminated Soil from Heating Oil According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), contaminated soil from heating oil is one of the biggest contributors to ground pollution. If oil seeps into your ground soil, you could be leaving your property open to serious problems. At All American Environmental, we specialize in ground contamination related problems of all […]

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Understanding E&P Waste Types

When it comes to gas and oil production, the future looks as bright today as it ever has. With predictions indicating sustained growth in terms of these producers, it’s business, as usual, out in these fields. And business is good. But, for all the good it’s doing, it’s also important for businesses to acknowledge that exploration and production, […]

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Difference between Surface Water and Groundwater

Difference between Surface Water and Groundwater

Water is typically classified into two groups – surface water and groundwater. Surface Water Definition Surface water is found in lakes, rivers, and streams. It is drawn into the public water supply. Surface water is not very high in minerals, and is often referred to as “soft water.” Surface water may contain several contaminants, such […]

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