We offer the full array of services needed to cost-effectively solve problems at contaminated sites.  Our technical services include:Princeton Geoscience employee sampling groundwater

  • Hydrogeologic characterization / remedial investigation
  • Contaminant source identification and delineation
  • Receptor evaluations and water supply surveys
  • Ecological evaluations and wetland surveys
  • Phase 1 and Phase 2 property transaction assessments
  • Forensic studies to determine origin and ages of releases
  • Field pilot and laboratory bench-scale treatability studies
  • Soil and groundwater remediation
  • RCRA Environmental Indicator determinations
  • Modeling / Natural Resource Damages assessment support
  • Licensed Site Remediation Professional Services
  • Data management / Geographic Information Systems
  • Litigation support
  • Borehole geophysical logging

Residential heating oil UST removal

 

We provide consulting and remediation services pursuant to New Jersey's Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) and Bureau of Underground Storage Tanks (BUST) program and the federal Superfund and RCRA Corrective Action programs implemented by USEPA Region 2.  We assist clients with property development through environmental, hydrogeologic and geotechnical assessments. In addition, we provide technical oversight and representation for clients involved in multi-party site remediation projects under CERCLA.

 

A few recent examples of how our services to clients - using the applicable regulatory framework, including the recently implemented NJ Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) -  results in the most streamlined approach to site management can be found at:

 

To find out more about our services provided to clients under various regulatory programs and designed to achieve many diverse goals, please refer to our project description pages, some of which are linked below next to relevant service categories:Contaminated soil excavation with backhoe

 

LICENSED SITE REMEDIATION PROFESSIONAL: 

UPDATE: The Site Remediation Licensing Board (SRPLB) has just released the names of those who passed the May 14, 2012 LSRP Examination, and Jim Peterson is among them.  Pending a vote by the SRPLB on July 9, 2012, Jim will be part of the first group of Permanent LSRPs.

(SRPLB May Results List)

Based on demonstrated education and experience,Princeton Geoscience President, James Peterson, was approved by NJDEP as a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP, Lic#507774).  As outlined in the Site Remediation Reform Act, LSRPs will directly oversee and manage site remediation in New Jersey, and issue "Response Action Outcomes (RAOs)" upon satisfactory completetion of remediation, consistent with New Jersey's Technical Requirements for Site Remediation. 

For more information on the LSRP program, please contact us !