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By Environmental Systems
That new home that your thinking of purchasing may have a hidden nightmare located under that home addition. Additional soil and ground water testing maybe needed to Identify possible contamination located in this area.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems uses a Metal Detector and Ground Penetrating Radar to perform oil tank sweeps. Many companies just use a metal detector and miss buried Heating oil tanks.
By Environmental Systems
There is no standard Oil Tank Sweep practices in NJ and the home buyer should be cautious. Missing a leaking heating oil tank can be quite expensive to remediate.
By Environmental Systems
Oil tanks can be comingled with other buried materials, or the tank is filled with sand. Not using Ground Penetrating Radar to identify subsurface structures are some reasons oil tanks are missed.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems using Ground Penetrating Radar Identified a area of Environmental Concern that lead to the discovery of a Chlorinated Solvent Plume.
By Environmental Systems International
Missing a Oil Tank or A previously removed Leaking Oil tank can cost thousands to remediate. Finding problems before purchase can save the home buyer from being listed as a NJDEP Responsible Party.
By Environmental Systems
If you are a property buyer, ESI Oil Tank Sweeps using GPR are the most sensitive for locating and finding buried structures like Heating Oil Tanks , Septic Systems and sink holes buried construction debris.
By Environmental Systems
Ground Penetrating Radar GPR can find buried metal, plastic and wood products including concrete, construction debris and septic tanks.
By Environmental systems
A Home Inspection & Oil Tank Sweep Only identify current problem areas with limited Environmental Protection if any. Environmental Systems can provide comprehensive Environmental Investigation Services.
By Environmental Systems
For a Limited time, Environmental Systems will perform Oil Tank Sweeps in Ocean and Monmouth County for $ 220. Some limitations do apply to this offer.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems high resolution Ground Penetrating Radar Can identify possible heating contaminated areas during oil tank sweeps. Soil disturbances identified by the GPR show areas of old tank locations.
By Environmental Systems
Ordinary Oil Tank Sweeps Using a Metal Detector in most cases will Not identify any issues except for maybe a possible buried heating oil tank. GPR will identify subsurface disturbances.
By Environemntal Systems
Environmental Systems discovered a leaking gasoline tank under a heating a heating oil tank with Ground Penetrating Radar during a recent tank sweep. Without Ground Penetrating Radar this tank would have been missed.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems trained staff of Geotechnical Investigators can identify buried oil tanks along with, Septic Tanks, Construction debris, PVC & metal Pipes, Miscellaneous structures like Refrigerators, cars parts, dry wells and sink holes.
By Environmental Systems
"Filled in Place" or "Abandoned in Place" heating oil tanks were supposed to be a cost effective alternative to removing a heating oil tank and discovering it has leaked. However, when the oil tank is removed a costly remediation is required.
By Environemntal Systems
Oil Tank Sweeps only identify structures and not the presence of Heating Oil Contamination. However Ground Penetrating Radar can identify soil disturbances indicating a possible area where a oil tank was previously located.
By Environmental Systems
Ground Penetrating Radar Identifies Buried Oil tanks, Piping, Construction Debris, Old Refrigerators, Plastic Pipes and Debris, Septic Systems & Sink Holes. Metal detectors miss 90% of underground debris.
By Environmental Systems
Many first time home buyers are told they only need an Oil Tank Sweep to look for buried heating oil tanks. They do need this service, but they also need to identify areas of underground Environmental Concern.
By Environmental Systems
If underground structures need to be identified, Environmental Systems GPR can find heating oil tanks, construction debris, septic tanks, electrical lines, PVC pipe and just about anything that can be buried.

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