Ground Penetrating Radar Identifies Buried Environmental Hazards at NJ Property's For Sale !

Do not purchase a residential or commercial property without have a Ground Penetrating Scan completed. That buried treasure could cost thousands to remediate. Ordinary tank sweeps may overlook buried objects.
CRANBURY, N.J. - Feb. 9, 2014 - PRLog -- Many property buyer's in New Jersey are often fooled by just having a oil tank sweep using a a metal magnetometer. Its cheap and you often get what you pay for. Having the property scanned using Ground Penetrating Radar identifies buried or non buried objects and can identify sink holes and septic systems and buried construction debris. Finding buried Asbestos can be expensive to remediate and a ordinary tanks scan using a metal magnetometer will miss buried construction debris.  Environmental Ssytems always recomends completing extra cost soils borings with a Ground Penetrating Radar. A oil oil tank may have been illegally removed with no municipal paperwork. Soil boring will identify soil contamination left from a oil tank. Soil contamination from a leaking oil tank can lest in excess of 50 years. Oil Tank remediations can cost from $ 5000 to over $ 100,000 if contamination has travel under the basement. Environmental Systems is a full service Environmental company providing Ground Penetrating Radar Scans, Soil testing, Tank removal and Tank remediation services. Environmental Systems also provides commercial proverty services such as Environmental Phase I Assessments and Geo-Probe services.

To obtain additional information regarding ground penetrating services contact Environmentl Systems at 732-892-8707 or visit our website at

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