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Remediation Services Save Our Earth

Together we can make a difference!  Let’s learn about Site Remediation Services.

Remediation Services

Over the Years, The earth in which we live takes on a lot of wear and tear.  As the population grows, our earth is exposed to more damaging elements than ever before.  When an oil leak is discovered,  Remediation Services are immediately necessary. The Site remediation services team at ADS Environmental Inc. has the ability to handle cases big and small from the onset of the spill all the way to the final cleanup and introduction of new soil.

Remediation Services

Oil Tank Site Remediation

Investigation

After the removal of the underground tank, if contamination is thought to have impacted nearby soil or water it is important to immediately contact ADS Environmental. One of our licensed Subsurface Evaluators will arrive at the site to collect samples for laboratory analysis and determine if the site soils are contaminated.  If groundwater is suspected to have come into contact with a contaminant, ADS remediation services will utilize NJDEP regulations for the next steps to take.  If groundwater is within 2 feet of the contamination zone a groundwater investigation is required.  ADS Environmental can provide all of these services to assist you in complying with NJDEP regulations.

Cleanup and Removal

The first step after the initial investigation is to immediately remove any soil contamination. It’s important to do this promptly, so that no further soil or water will become contaminated.  The impacted soil must be disposed of properly (as to cause the least damage to the earth as possible) at a licensed waste facility.  ADS Environmental disposes of these materials at licensed waste facilities.

Remediation Services

On Site Testing

Analysis & New Soil

After removal of the impacted soils, soil samples will be sent to a NJDEP certified lab for analysis.

Following completion of the remediation services, new soil will be brought into replace the contaminated soil.   Following completion of remediation services, a remedial action report will be prepared documenting of the site remediation. This report is sent to the NJDEP who will determine if your property requires any further action in terms of remediation services.

It’s important to take pride in this land we call our own and keep the Earth clean for future generations.   While these reactive remediation measures are important, The professionals at ADS Environmental, Inc. believe it is important that we begin focusing on preventative measures.  Keep an eye on the age of your oil tank and have it periodically monitored for leaks. This can play a big part in the protecting of our Earth. For any questions or concerns regarding remediation services, give our trained professionals at ADS Environmental, Inc. a call.

ADS, Creating a Cleaner Future for NJ!

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  • Jeff Curtis
    February 2, 2016, 1:01 pm REPLY

    I think it is super important to keep our planet clean. It is good to know that the first thing to do after discovering the problem is to remove any soil that is contaminated. Also, good to know that you should take that soil and dispose of it at a licensed waste facility. Thanks for this information, I really didn’t know much about remediation.

    • admin@Jeff Curtis
      February 2, 2016, 2:13 pm REPLY

      Your very welcome! We are glad that the information was useful to you.

  • Luke Smith
    April 7, 2016, 1:45 am REPLY

    I never thought about the soil being contaminated, and that there is a need to remove the soil. It’s smart to do if the ground is contaminated, and could be harmful to others. I wonder what is done with the soil then.

  • Pancho Cham
    April 11, 2016, 2:36 pm REPLY

    If ever called upon, I would love being part of an environmental remediation force. Especially the clean up part, because of the clean up stage of things, you can see what has been done, and what all the hard work that went into it looks like. I would also love to replace the things that were contaminated so that I could see the possibilities of the new area. Thanks for the great information.

  • Andersen
    June 9, 2016, 7:28 am REPLY

    Hi Buddy,

    Great Post, yes it’s necessary to do the soil remediation. and according to me when the oil tank leaks the first think to prefer is soil remediation.

    Generally Soil remediation is part of environmental remediation. Environmental remediation is simply the process of removing pollution and contaminants from the environment.

    Once an oil tank leaks, oil contaminants your property and it needs to be removed making soil remediation necessary.

  • James Bergman
    August 16, 2016, 6:40 pm REPLY

    When removing contaminated soils, how is it normally treated? I am mostly hoping that whatever soil is taken out can eventually be reused. It would just be wasteful if it was not.

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