OIl Tank in NJ Services
Oil Tank Sweeps NJ Tank Locating
If you have an Underground Tank, our tank Locating services finds your tanks fast, even hidden hard to find underground oil tanks.
Underground Oil Tank testing, water pump-out, tank inspection and evaluation. Existing tank removal system upgrades and replacements. Design, permitting and installation of UST, AST and vaulted tank systems. Complete design and installation of UST, AST and monitor systems. UST leak detection, and AST ultrasonic/volumetric tank testing.
Civil and environmental Engineering services including plans forGroundwater Treatment, Soil Vapor extraction and treatment,subslab vapor suppression, Discharge and Spill Prevention(DPCC/SPCC), Classification Exception Areas (CEA),Environmental Deed Restrictions (Deed notice), Permits by rule(PBR) DEP Administrative Consent Orders (ACO), planning board and related code enforcement board presentations and permitting. Geotechnical evaluations and structural engineering services and surveying performed by Licensed LSRPs and PEs
Vacuum Truck Services
Tank pump-outs, water removal,oil recovery and hazardous waste disposal services via our fleet of company owned vacuum trucks and tankers.
Remedial Investigations and Remedial Action work plans. Groundwater analysis, pumping, monitoring and treatment. Contaminated soil treatment on-site and off-site disposal. Report generation,regulatory compliance, DEP permitting and project funding.
Ex In-Situ Remediation
Excavation based remedial work plan implementation using a variety of company owned specialty equipment including numerous excavators from 3000 lbs to 45000 lbs, loaders and conveyors coupled with structural support techniques and deep excavation technology.
Design, installation and monitoring of in-situ remedial alternatives to simple excavation- based remediation plans. Choice of technologies include oxygenation, microbial bio- remediation, reductive dechlorination, soil venting, sub slab vapor suppression,steam sparging and monitored natural attenuation.
Advanced Remediation and Foundation Techniques
- Foundation Support Techniques- Helical piles , mini piles,concrete sectional piers, to jack post piers coupled with structural steel supportive methods all performed seamlessly with ANCO certified personnel and specialized hydraulic drivers and rams.
- Geotechnical support techniques Steel and vinyl sheet shoring, helical tiebacks, h-piles with lagging, secant piles, tangent piles.
- Deep excavation techniques utilizing large diameter (18?to 8? diameter) augers to displace contaminated soil without risks inherent to conventional open excavation approaches.Large core barrels are utilized to bore through boulders and bedrock to achieve depths up to 65.
Water and vapor monitor wells,soil borings, split spoon sample recovery for siteassessments, aquifer slug testing, plume identification,groundwater mapping, etc.
Pipe fitting, steam fitting,piping system upgrades, concrete work, double-wall piping,fitting of groundwater sensors and groundwater pumping systems. Large diameter utility piping, including water mains,storm sewer and sanitary sewer line installation and boiler installations, sprinkler line and water service repairs and replacement.
Excavation, Demolition and Earth Moving
Trenching, shoring, concrete demolition, UST removal, backfilling, land filling,dewatering, compaction and earth stabilization via company owned excavation and earth moving equipment.
Mold Remediation Water Damage Restoration/ Drying& Dehumidifying
Removal of excess water efficiently, to promote efficient evaporation and to establish the dehumidification conditions necessary to stop on-going mold damage. Mold inspection, identification and disinfection,utilizing state of the art equipment.
Location, opening, pump-out,structural and functional evaluations. Leach field competence testing via soil logs or percolation testing. System alterations engineering, permitting, and reconstruction.Choice of replacement tanks and system configurations.Financing available in conjunction with a property transaction.
Oil Tank Removal in NJ
Environmental Audits and Site Assessments
Phase I Audits in compliance with ASTM method E1527, plus ASTM E1528 transaction screen services. Thereby demonstrating due diligence compliance required by most financial institutions. Phase II remedial investigations and receptor evaluations.
Geoprobe, Drill Rigs and Subsurface Investigation Services
Geoprobe is used as an environmental risk determination tool as part of a Phase II audit. Soil is collected in clear plastic tubes enabling continuous investigation of subsurface soil layers and groundwater. Used to investigate and delineate potentially contaminated sites with minimal surface and subsurface disturbance.
In 2005 ANCO added Geoprobe to our site investigation services with the acquisition of a Geoprobe 54LT self-propelled tracked drill rig. This 35-inch wide, 7-foot tall, 1-ton machine uniquely collects 4-foot long soil cores to depths over 20-feet through 2.5-inch diameter bore holes. ANCO also owns a 54 MT portable rig that quick connects to an excavator, enabling deep sample collection from an open excavation. Both probes use 4? long macro core tooling.
The macro cores are advanced into the subsurface. The macro core is lined with a disposable acetate liner to prevent cross contamination. The macro core is retrieved and the representative soil core is field screened. The macro core is fitted with a new liner and again advanced to a depth of 4-feet below surface grade. A 4-footlong, 1-inch diameter rod is attached to the top of the core and the macro core is advanced to a depth of 8-feet below surface grade. It is retrieved and the representative soil core from the 4- to 8-foot interval is field screened. The process is continued to the desired depth or until refusal.
The hammer bits can penetrate asphalt and concrete but can not push through bedrock. The Geoprobe also provides a time and cost effective procedure for collecting groundwater samples through temporary well points. Analytic results are available as soon as 24-hours after sampling, facilitating a speedy 72-hour turn around from the time of contract to preliminary results. Groundwater investigations via traditional permanent monitor wells are minimally 1-month undertakings.