Ground Penetrating Radar Used To Identify Buried Structures and Utilities on NJ Barrier Islands !

New Jersey environmental company finds buried utilities and underground structures covered by sand from Hurricane using advanced GPR Techniques.
Dec. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- Ground Penetrating Radar(GPR) was used to find buried utilities that were covered by the enormous amount of sand covering the New Jersey Barrier Islands. Environmental Systems ( identified buried oil tanks, concrete foundations, plastic sewer lines, electrical conduits and waterlines. Nonmetallic structures like PVC water and sewer lines can be located and mapped for the property owner using advanced Ground Penetrating Radar techniques.

Identification and location of buried structures is difficult especially if a property owner wants to excavate without causing damage to these buried underground structures. Using Ground Penetrating Radar commercial and residential property owners can know exactly what is buried on there property without costly excavation.

Identification of buried underground structures is valuable to buyers' of commercial and residential properties. Buried underground tanks can be costly to remediate and finding these structures before purchase can be valuable. Environmental Systems is a full service environmental and remediation company providing state wide service.

For a free GPR estimate contact Environmental Systems at 732-996-0812.
Source:Environemntal systems
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Tags:Oil Tank Sweeps, Ground Penetrating Radar, GPR, Environmental Consulting, Oil Tank Removal
Industry:GPR, tank locating
Location:New Jersey - New Jersey - United States
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