Drums and tank farms at chemical recycling facility

We have completed and are currently working on a wide variety of projects, each utilizing our skills, specialties and fresh thinking in a unique manner.  Our clients' needs have ranged from simple, one field-day site characterizations for residential properties to extensive, multi-staged projects in complex hydrogeologic settings for large industrial business clients. 

Click on the links below to review projects we have performed and the strategies we have employed.

 

RCRA Corrective Action - Complex Hydrogeologic Setting:  Chemical Recycling Facility - Middlesex, NJ 

CERCLA RI and IRM Modification:  Former Chemical Manufacturing and Recycling Facility - Northern NJ

Multi-Area ISRA Project - Innovative Remedies:  Research and Development Laboratory - NJ

ISRA Site - State Grant and Insurance Recovery:  Former Metal Plating Facility - Woodbury Heights, NJ

BUST Site - Training for Client-Operated Remedy:  Bus Maintenance Facility - Hamilton Twp., NJ

Spill Act Sites - Project Management Assistance:  Multiple Sites - NJ and MD

Geologic Assessment for Property Development:  Local Church - Princeton, NJ

Geologic Assessment for Property Development:  Residential Development - West Windsor, NJ

Superfund Site - Offsite Evaluation and Project Management:  Manufacturing Facility - Central New Jersey

Hydrogeologic Assessment for Property Development:  Residential Developments - Tinicum Twp., PA

Mitigation Study for Water Supply Impacted by Natural Radioactivity:  Condominium Development - McAfee, NJ

Homeowner UST Sites:  Residential Properties - Locations throughout NJ

ISRA Site - Monitored Natural Attenuation in Fractured Bedrock Aquifer:  Metalworking Facility - Little Falls, NJ

Monitored Natural Attenuation Assessment for Chlorinated Solvents:  Metalworking Facility - Whitehall, NY

ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS ASSESSMENT

Princeton Geoscience obtained a "YE" designation for USEPA Enivonmental Indicatiors CA725 and CA 750 at a large solvent recycling facility, indicating potential human exposures and groundwater contaminant migration are under control. These efforts involved assessment of risk related to potable water use, workplace exposures,  the vapor intrusion pathway and potential impacts to human and ecological receptors via groundwater discharge.

For more information on the EI assessment process, please contact us!