The purpose of an environmental investigation is to determine if any contaminants are present at a site at levels in excess of applicable regulatory criteria. Various regulations and guidance documents dictate the proper way to conduct such investigations, and FEA personnel are thoroughly familiar with these procedures and keep up to date on any changes to rules or protocols.
Upon completion of the investigation, the results must be submitted to the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). If an investigation is not done properly, or not in accordance with the must current protocols, the data could be rejected by the NJDEP or other stakeholders. Don’t take that risk. A well-planned investigation can save you time and money by avoiding additional phases of investigation, while facilitating a focused and efficient remediation phase. Allow FEA to help make sure your investigations are completed the right way, the first time, to ensure results are accurate and reliable.