Environmental engineering and remediation firms in New Jersey are experiencing an uptick in business.
New Jersey Business magazine highlight's ESA's uncompromising ethics as their key to success in the environmental consulting industry.
In this blog published on the Construction Today Web site May 7, ESA president and founder Stephen Fauer addresses the most effective approach to groundwater remediation.
When certain lighter-than-water organic products are found floating in groundwater, it's natural for construction executives to fear an expensive, difficult and time-consuming remediation effort. This need not be the case. Selecting the proper remedial approach for certain groundwater impacts can save considerable time, money and aggravation. In fact, if the situation is handled immediately and in accordance with the procedures explained below, the impact will be minimized (and on occasion mitigated) at the very point of discovery.
The May 7 deadline to most of New Jersey's more than 15,000 polluted sites under the supervision of private-sector consultants has left the Department of Environmental Protection expecting a surge in retention of these experts -- and fending off continued criticism from industry insiders.