Environmental Cleanup and Remediation Services

Environmental Cleanup and Remediation Services

Environmental Cleanup Definition Environmental cleanup is the method of removing solid, liquid, and hazardous waste in the soil, groundwater, sediment, or surface water. It is common for companies, businesses, and factories to have to abide by special environmental protection laws or be forced to pay fines and clean up the messes they make. Without environmental […]

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Groundwater Contamination Poses a Significant Risk to Health

Groundwater Contamination Poses a Significant Risk to Health

Groundwater Contamination Poses a Significant Risk to Health Groundwater Contamination Definition Groundwater contamination involves underwater lakes called aquifers, which are actually large sections of porous rock that store water. These aquifers are the source for wells and water pumps on private property and the source of water for entire communities. Depending on the level of […]

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NJDEP Technical Requirements for Site Remediation

NJDEP Technical Requirements for Site Remediation

NJDEP Technical Requirements for Site Remediation Site remediation involves identifying the source of contamination, determining the nature and extent of the contamination, and conducting the necessary cleanup work. It addresses a variety of problems that range from leaking underground oil tanks to widespread contamination. In most cases, the process involves removing the source of the […]

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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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What is a Site Investigation?

What is a Site Investigation? When purchasing a commercial site, a site investigation is often necessary to establish the site’s unique properties and the type of contamination that the site has experienced. This type of study is performed to identify if a groundwater and soil investigation will be necessary and whether further remediation will be […]

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