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Foreclosure Property Buyers Rely On GPR to Find Buried Heating Oil Tanks in N.J. !

Foreclosure Buyers need information regarding buried Oil Tanks and other buried structures that typical Oil Tanks Sweeps can not provide. Ground Penetrating Radar Scans provides added subsurface information including metal and non metal structures.

 
PRLog - Jan. 5, 2014 - NEW JERSEY, N.J. -- Buyers of foreclosure or bank owned properties need critical subsurface information to make a educated buying decisions. Typical Oil Tank Sweeps only provide information on metalic objects down to a depth of 5 feet and do not provided added screen images. Ground Penetrating Radar identifies metalic and non metalic objects down to a depth of 20 feet. Sink Holes, buried foundations, construction debris, septic systems, oil & gas tanks, car parts and underground utilities. All property oil tank sweeps should be followed by extra cost soil boring to collect soil and ground water samples to determine the levels of site contamination as Ground Penetrating Radar does not identify soil or ground water contamination. Environemntal Systems has been providing Property Assessment, Phase I Environmental and Underground Stroage Tank removal, Locating & Testing services for over 20 years and services the entire State of New Jersey.

To obtain additional information contact Environmental Systems at 732-892-8707 or visit our website at depenvirosystems.com

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Location:New Jersey - New Jersey - United States
Industry:Environment, Real Estate
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