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Jan 03, 2017
Many home buyers are told that they only need a " Oil Tank Sweep" as part of their purchase ' Due Diligence" . This is not true and can cost the new home buyer thousands. Home inspectors are not environmental experts.

Jan 02, 2017
Environmental Systems specialized excavating equipment can remove Heating Oil Tanks in areas that have only 30 inches wide of egress.

Apr 21, 2016
Heating Oil contaminated sites in NJ can be cleaned up quicker and less expensively using patent pending" Bio- Remediation" Technology.

Apr 12, 2016
Purchasing a Home in Monmouth, Ocean or Middlesex County ? Environmental Systems will identify buried under ground storage tanks for just $ 299.

Mar 21, 2016
New Jersey has over 10,000 "Known Contaminated Sites". Cleaning up these properties can be an ellusive task. Environmental Systems combines the latest in " Bio Remediation" with New Jersey's LSRPs to complete the task.

Mar 20, 2016
Many financial institutions are not properly removing or remediating properties for sale and placing the liability on the new buyer.

Feb 21, 2016
Until March 30, 2016, Environmental Systems is offering free tank removal of any leaking 290-550 gallon tank in Ocean or Monmouth County that needs remediation in excess of $ 10000.

Feb 09, 2016
Environmental Systems' Dr Tank remediates contaminated properties that may have been contaminated by leaking heating oil or. Gasoline . Tank Sweeps and Soil testing are additional tank related services provided.

Jan 17, 2016
High Performance Ground Penetrating Radar Identifies abandoned Heating Oil And Gas Tanks through concrete and also identifies sink holes and buried construction debris. Metal detectors can not identify buried non metallic hazards.

Jan 11, 2016
May 2016 in the NJDEP's Statutory Time Frame for completing a Remedial Investigation of Contaminated Properties Listed on the NJDEP's Known Contaminated Site List. Failure to comply may lead to enforcement actions and direct over site by the NJDEP.



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