Jul 10, 2019
Not long ago Real Estate Professionals were advising their clients to "abandon in place" and sand fill their oil heating oil tanks. Many lending institutions and insurance companies demand the tanks to be removed.
Jul 09, 2019
NJ LSRP's and Environmental Scientists sometimes can make improper assumptions and mistakes while performing a Environmental Phase I Assessment. Experience counts, and most LSRPS should be aware of environmental warning signs.
Jun 18, 2019
Environmental Systems has completed hundreds of Environmental Phase 1 Assessments in New Jersey of Commercial and Industrial properties including Apartment complexes.
Jun 16, 2019
Not all Oil Tank Sweeps are created equal. Environmental Systems Oil Tank Sweeps tend to identify Environmental Contamination as well as buried objects and Oil Tanks.
Jun 15, 2019
Environmental Systems using Ground Penetrating Radar Identified a area of Environmental Concern that lead to the discovery of a Chlorinated Solvent Plume.
Jun 06, 2019
Many financial institutions in New Jersey have a inventory of foreclosure properties. However many of these financial institutions do not aware proper site histories or will not remediate the leaking heating oil tank site.
Jun 03, 2019
Not all commercial properties for sale need a Environmental Phase I Assessment. A private buyer may be looking for quick inspection document that identifies all potential areas of Environmental concern includes a Ground Penetrating Radar scan .
Jun 02, 2019
Purchasing commercial property in New Jersey can be risky. Do not be fooled by l tank companies that also do Environmental Phase I Assessments. Environmental Systems team of LSRP's and Environmental Scientists can identify problems before purchase.
Jun 01, 2019
Missing a Oil Tank or A previously removed Leaking Oil tank can cost thousands to remediate. Finding problems before purchase can save the home buyer from being listed as a NJDEP Responsible Party.
May 29, 2019
Identifying commercial property risk is the most important aspect of the a property purchase. Purchasing a NJ contaminated site can cost the buyer hundreds of thousands of dollars for remediation.