- Aug. 3, 2014 - LITTLE SILVER, N.J. --
An oil tank sweep completed with a "wand" metal magnetometer may miss a tank buried 5 feet underground. Oil tanks can be located 5 feet below the surface and can not be detected under concrete, wood or asphalt using the metal wand magnetometer. Ground Penetrating Radar can identify metalic or non metlalic objects down to 18 feet below surface grade level. Dangerous sink holes, abandoned septic systems, buried construction debris, plastic pipe can be identified using Ground Penetrating Radar. Ground disturbances indicating that a tank may once was located in that area can also be identified. Many commercial and residential property purchasers prefer Ground Penetrating Radar for detecting oil and gasoline tanks. Environmental Systems has over 20 years experience locating buried structures. Until August 30, 2014, Environmental Systems will complete a Ground Penetrating Radar scan of properties in Ocean and Monmouth Counties for the cost of $ 325. This price is for residential properties of 3/4 acre or less.. Properties large than 3/4 of acre of outside Middlesex or Ocean Counties will be charged a additional fee. Environmental Systems is a full service Environmental company providing Phase I Property Environmental Assessments, Oil Tank Removals, Site Remediation and Indoor Air Testing Services.
To obtain additional information contact Environmental systems at 732-892-8707 or visit our website at depenvirosystems.com.