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Danger in N.J. ! That New Property You Purchased Could Have Backyard Cave in Issues !

Prepurchase "Buried Structure Sweeps "and Investigation with "Ground Penetrating Radar"can find dangerous " Sink Holes" that may injure children and adults if discovered too late.

PRLog - Aug. 25, 2012 - NEW JERSEY, N.J. -- Purchasing a residential or commercial property  in New Jersey may be exciting. Buried abandoned structures like old heating oil tanks, pump houses, septic systems and garbage can pose a deadly threat from cave-in. recently a employee perfroming a routine tank scan in Monmouth County new Jersey in a upscale neighborhood had the ground beneath which he was walking on collapsed. The reason for the collapse was
a improperly abandoned septic system. There may be over 50,000 improperly abandoned septic systems in New Jersey. "Abandoned Septic Systems" can be located on both commercial and residential sites. On commercial sites the cave -in issue is
important, soil contamination located in this abandoned septic system could be
a very costly issue to resolve. It is not out of the realm of possibilty to find a car buried
behind a old residential garage. Environmental Systems (depenvirosystems.com)
can identify buried structures. Finding a buried oil tank can cost thousands of dollars in remediation costs. Environmental Systems is a full service environmental company
providing oil & gas tank removal services, Environmental Phase I & II services, soil testing, site remediation along with " Oil Tank Sweeps"

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Environmental Systemsat 732-996-0812-

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