For nearly 30 years, ESA environmental consultants have helped clients navigate
their most difficult environmental issues, from remedial investigation and design
to hazardous waste disposal, soil and groundwater remediation, and litigation support.
PFAS compounds are considered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to be contaminants of emerging concern and, as such, ESA’s inbox is filled with emails on this subject. Our clients want to know just one thing: how will PFASs impact my business?
ESA was retained by a property owner to remove a 3,000-gallon No. 2 fuel oil underground storage tank (UST) that formerly serviced a multistory residential building located in the historic district of Jersey City. The UST, which was decommissioned in 2013, was located beneath the sidewalk at the front of the building. Adding to the project complexity were structural concerns with the building, nearby utility conduits, and proximity of the street itself. Additionally, the work had to be conducted quickly to meet the closing deadline and needs of a prospective purchaser.
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Jim Dallas has been very helpful to me. He and ESA Environmental Consultants are well respected in the Jersey Shore Chamber of Commerce.
ESA walked myself and the entire family through the process step by step in a manner that was easy to understand and follow. The work was completed in the most professional manner one could anticipate and expect. They are the only environmental firm I would use and I highly recommend them.
I have worked with ESA many times. They are a highly professional company and great at getting the job done!
"Had I not used Environmental Strategies and Applications, I believe I would have made the wrong decision, potentially exposing me to years of environmental liability nightmares."
"Your coordination and care were exemplary. The job was completed without any service interruption to any of our 1,128 residential units. Additionally, the job was completed with no discharge of oil and on budget (over a quarter million dollars)."