New Jersey will receive part of a $51 million dollar Hurricane Sandy emergency relief package. The money will provide aid to people whose homes were damaged or destroyed, as well as to business owners who had heavy losses.
Hurricane Sandy left a path of destruction throughout the state of NJ, one that could pose potential threats to human health. Homes and businesses in Sandy’s path may have been damaged by contaminated floodwaters, exposed to mold and/or left with structural damage.
Part of the Sandy relief package could be used to fund necessary environmental services for property owners. They may be dealing with leaking oil tanks, vapors from contaminated floodwaters, contact with petroleum products, and more.
An environmental services company in NJ like The Entech Group Inc. can provide preliminary environmental assessments to determine if areas of a home or business are a potential cause of concern. The company can conduct air sampling for mold spores, soil and ground water sampling for vapor intrusion, structural support surveys and more.
Because mold, oil/floodwater contamination and structural damage could pose health and safety concerns, The Entech Group Inc., recommends a thorough site investigation for property owners.
Entech’s experienced environmental services team in NJ is comprised of certified engineers, environmental scientists, OSHA certified and trained construction personnel and knowledgeable technicians.
They are a full service provider of environmental services in NJ offering turn-key, single source professional services including site remediation, investigation, litigation, property redevelopment, construction management and more.
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