By Richard Arnold, PE, PG, Chief Engineer
EWMA provided turnkey compliance, investigation and remediation project support to the owner of a 1.1-acre brownfield redevelopment property. The property is ready for redevelopment with a housing facility. Read more.
We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Don Richardson to President of EWMA. Don joined the company six years ago as Vice President Strategic Business Development and Marketing. With more than 20 years of environmental consulting experience, he is an expert in supporting property risk evaluation and asset valuation for real estate, financial and insurance industries.
By John Coviello
Assessing environmental risks associated with buying commercial and industrial properties can be performed at an accelerated speed to quickly provide you the information you need to make an informed decision whether to enter into a contract to purchase a property. EWMA offers services that are specifically tailored to accelerate the due diligence process to provide prospective property buyers with the insight needed to make informed and timely decisions.
By Al Moffit
The limitation on New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Oversight Fees is still in place. It is their program that places a cap on the amount of oversight costs (fees) NJDEP can charge for a specific site. The Site Remediation Reform Act merely clarified the requirements to qualify for the cap with the most important elements being the client’s record keeping of amounts billed and paid and submitting a claim.
By David Fullmer
EWMA has a long history of applying innovative remedial technologies to benefit our clients. The latest being utilized by EWMA is the design and application of enhanced anaerobic bioremediation technologies to completely degrade chlorinated solvents in groundwater. A conceptual enhanced bioremediation program would typically consist of biostimulation (addition of a food grade amendment, such as emulsified vegetable oil, to serve as an electron donor and to stimulate biological activity) with possible bioaugmentation (supplemental addition of specific bacterium, if necessary). The resulting fermentation reactions create an environment highly favorable for the rapid dechlorination and subsequent remediation of the chlorinated solvents in the groundwater.