Environmental Remediation

Remedial and Site Investigations

EnviroSure’s team of professional geologists and engineers are experienced at investigating soil, groundwater, and vapor encroachment issues on sites throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. From simple Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) to extensive Remedial Investigation involving delineation of extensive soil contamination, and installation and sampling of shallow and deep groundwater monitoring wells; EnviroSure is quick to respond and collaborative with clients in our approach. We are aware of the bottom line and focus on the issues most important to our client such as limiting disruption to business operations, expediting turnaround time to ensure that real estate transactions close as planned, and using our expertise to gain the data needed to present the most cost-effective solutions. EnviroSure’s Remedial and Site Investigation services include:

  • Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Site Investigation
  • Geophysical surveys
  • Geoprobe soil boring investigations
  • Test pit excavations
  • Monitoring well installations
  • Report preparation
  • Feasibility studies
  • Risk assessments
  • Groundwater models

Soil and Groundwater Remediation

EnviroSure’s remediation efforts have focused on mitigating risk associated with soil and groundwater contamination. In some cases, EnviroSure recommends that contamination remains in place through the use of administrative and engineering controls. Depending on the federal, state, and local regulations, EnviroSure advises our clients on available options. By collaborating with our clients, we select the best solution while ensuring compliance with applicable regulations. Our remediation solutions include:

  • Soil excavation and offsite disposal
  • Engineering and institutional controls to allow contaminated soil and groundwater to remain in place
  • Environmental Covenant/Deed Notice preparation and recording
  • Drum inventory and disposal
  • Free product removal
  • Pump and treat systems
  • Soil vapor extraction
  • Bioremediation

Brownfield Redevelopment

EnviroSure partners with developers of abandoned or underutilized sites, known as Brownfields, by addressing environmental concerns as the sites return as usable properties. With an extensive knowledge of Pennsylvania’s Land Recycling Act (Act 2) and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP) Voluntary Cleanup Program and Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA), EnviroSure guides our clients through the site selection process and provides innovative solutions for redevelopment strategies. EnviroSure maintains a database of environmentally-impacted sites to help connect our clients with ideal redevelopment opportunities.

Pennsylvania Act 2

The Land Recycling Program (Voluntary Cleanup Program), known as Act 2, encourages cleanup and the reuse of contaminated sites. This important tool allows site owners to conduct cleanup efforts, guided by the four cornerstones of the Program:

  • Uniform cleanup standards
  • Liability release
  • Standardized reviews and time limits
  • Financial assistance

By adhering to these guidelines, owners can receive a release of liability from PADEP for a site that demonstrates attainment of one of the Act 2 standards. EnviroSure has successfully received Act 2 release of liability on behalf of our clients for a variety of property types. Redevelopment of these sites is vital to the community and environment. EnviroSure strategically selects the most appropriate cleanup standard by understanding our clients’ goals and potential future site uses.

Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP)

In May of 2009, New Jersey signed into law the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA). Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) were created as a result of the SRRA. SRRA transfers responsibility for oversight of clean-ups of contaminated sites from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to licensed LSRPs. LSRPs therefore are responsible for the protection of the environment and health and safety of the public. EnviroSure performs these services in New Jersey under the oversight of an LSRP:

  • Preliminary Assessments
  • Site Investigations
  • Remedial Investigations
  • Remedial Actions
  • Compliance with ISRA

Program Management

EnviroSure delivers professional program management services to its clients for assessing and addressing liability. By employing a streamlined approach to environmental consulting, we quickly respond to our clients’ immediate needs. For each assignment, EnviroSure will conduct a make/buy analysis and determination to ensure that the most appropriate specific resources are engaged to maximize the potential for value creation. Maintaining only key professionals, EnviroSure reduces costly overhead. Ultimately, the client pays less.

Delaware Certified Consultant under the Hazardous Substance Cleanup Act (HSCA)

Passed by the Delaware General Assembly in July of 1990, HSCA’s main objective is to enable the State of Delaware to address sites not remediated under the Federal Superfund program. There are over 700 sites in Delaware identified as potential hazardous substances release sites.

EnviroSure has been certified by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to perform investigation and remediation activities related to the Brownfields Development Program, Voluntary Cleanup Program, State led projects, and Enforcement. EnviroSure’s experience and capabilities include:

  • Facility Evaluations
  • Remedial Investigations
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Remedial Designs/Actions