Care Environmental Remediation Services (C.E.R.S.) is an OSHA-certified, women-owned local business serving Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren, Sussex and Passaic counties and the surrounding area of Northern NJ. The C.E.R.S. team has extensive expertise in environmental compliance and is authorized by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to provide Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) services and Subsurface Evaluator (SSE) services. We can help you navigate the regulatory requirements and process for site remediation with ease.
C.E.R.S.’s Field Service Capabilities
Our team excels at providing efficient, cost-effective soil and groundwater testing while helping our clients to understand remediation techniques and state regulatory requirements along the way. As an LSRP, C.E.R.S. is well-versed in a wide range of field services and testing methods at sites where contamination is known or suspected.
Our soil and groundwater sampling capabilities include the following:
- Delineation sampling plans: When a site is contaminated in NJ, an LSRP must assess the nature and extent of the contamination. Delineation sampling plans are created to map out a site, deduce which portions of the site are contaminated, and estimate how extensively the LSRP needs to remediate.
- Direct push technologies (DPT): DPTs are used to take soil samples using hydraulic force, static force, or percussion. DPTs can be used to collect groundwater, soil, or soil gas for sampling and analysis. DPTs can also be used to inject remediation materials into the soil at a contaminated site.
- Soil boring: This is a technique for collecting soil samples for evaluation. Soil boring is the process of creating mechanically drilled bores to collect a core of soil from below the surface of the ground. This includes geotechnical soil borings, which are also used for site analysis.
- Groundwater monitor wells: This is a groundwater collection point created to observe how high or low the water table is, or to measure water quality in a specific location.
- Handheld portable drilling: Handheld drilling is a convenient option for taking initial soil or water samples without needing extensive hydraulic equipment. Handheld drilling minimizes soil disruption at the remediation site.
- Temporary well point: A temporary well point is similar to a soil boring, except that it is used to collect samples of groundwater. Temporary well points are typically constructed using direct push technology or a rotary drill rig.
With nearly two decades of work in environmental remediation, the C.E.R.S. team of project managers, environmental scientists, and environmental specialists can handle any size project, from residential properties to large industrial sites. We encourage clients to take an active role in the decision-making process. Our aim is always to explain procedures in a friendly and accessible manner.
Schedule A Free Consultation with C.E.R.S.
When you need technically sound field services, call on C.E.R.S. Our qualified and communicative staff can provide comprehensive soil and groundwater testing at your residential, commercial, or industrial site. C.E.R.S. offers soil and groundwater field services as well as other solutions to clients across Morris, Sussex, and Warren counties and the surrounding area of Northern New Jersey. Contact us today for a free consultation.