For this project, our team assessed the town’s wastewater pretreatment systems and lime chip tanks located in all the public schools. Upon completion of the assessment, it was determined that these systems were no longer required based on the activities being conducted in the laboratories and janitorial spaces of the schools. Following this determination, we facilitated and managed the decommissioning and removal of the systems.
Our team provided underground storage tank (UST) removal oversight with confirmatory soil sample collection and laboratory analysis at the town’s Department of Public Works (DPW) Yard. This project was associated with the decommissioning of a 10,000-gallon diesel fuel UST. The DPW Yard has an activity and use limitation (AUL) on the property, so to facilitate tank removal, our team with our licensed site professional prepared a Soil Management Plan (SMP) and an Environmental Health and Safety Plan (EHSP) to satisfy AUL requirements. Our team provided UST removal oversight, confirmatory sampling and summary reporting for multiple fuel oil USTs at multiple town-owned properties, including the local library, two elementary school and high school facilities.
EBI performed sampling of potential asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in advance of demolition and window replacements and/or asbestos abatement at the following locations: the town’s water treatment plant, high school and middle school. Additionally, our team of experts have provided radon mitigation system design, installation oversight, and operations and maintenance at the town offices.
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