The Kearney School Board had purchased a vacant commercial property that was only partly characterized at purchase. The site was designated to be a future child care center (CCC) for the township. Contaminated soil, sediment, and groundwater were presenting from a variety of sources, including bulk solvent underground storage tanks (USTs). Tectonic took on the remediation, resolved the prior technical deficiencies, and proceeded toward closure.
- Removing numerous USTs
- Over-excavated to address Petroleum-Contaminated Soils (PCS) & Chemical Contaminated Soils (CCS); removed for off-Site treatment and recycling.
- Document the sufficiency of the removals, first field screening the margins of excavations with Direct-Reading Instruments (DRI) – and then performed Post- Excavation (PX) chemical testing.
- Groundwater remediation using Enhanced Fluid Recovery (EFR) method.
- Soil borings to delineate known Historic Fill (HF).
Project achieved a Final Remediation Document through a Response Action Outcome issued by the Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) of record, following recording of deed notice for the historic fill & remedial action permitting with NJDEP.