2016 By Enviro Drilling

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  • Hazardous and Non Hazardous Soil Excavation and Disposal

  • Underground and Above Ground Storage Tank Removal and Abandonment

  • Enhanced Fluid Recover (EFR)

  • Drainage Structure Remediation

  • Drywell & Cesspool Remediation

  • Mold Testing & Remediation

  • Lead and Asbestos Survey 

  • GPR Surveys

Enviro Drilling's wide array of remediation services are second to none and include the removal or abandonment of oil or gasoline underground storage tanks, the excavation and proper transportation and disposal of hazardous or nonhazardous soil, the performance of enhanced fluid recovery for free product removal and drywell and cesspool remediation.  

Enviro Drilling also provide investigation services including GPR surveys to mark out utilities and identify underground storage tanks.  The performance of XRF survey by certified lead inspectors and the performance of mold investigations by NYS certified mold inspectors. 

Projects

Sea Coast Terrace Enhance Fluid Recovery

The property consists of a multi-story residential building in the southern portion of Brooklyn, New York.  #2 fuel oil was released when the underground fuel oil tanks leaked.  The fuel oil was identified floating on the shallow water table.  Enhanced Fluid Recovery was performed once a week for a one year period to remove the free product from the water table.  The EFR was successful in removing the free product from the Site and the NYSDEC Spill # was closed. 

67th Road - Underground Storage Tank Removal with limited access

The property is a multi-story residential building located in the heart of Queens, New York.  A leaking 4,000-gallon underground storage tank was located in the basement parking garage of the building.  The tank failed a test and was then temporarily abandoned in place.  However in order to properly remediate the petroleum spill, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation required the UST and contaminated soil surrounding the UST be removed. 

Enviro Drilling removed the UST and contaminated soil by hand.  The total excavation was 4.5 feet wide, 9 feet long and 4 feet deep.  A total of 18 55-gallon drums of petroleum contaminated soil was excavated, placed into 55-gallon drums and properly disposed of.  Upon completion of the UST excavation the excavation was back filled to grade.  Enviro Drilling prepared a Tank Closure Report.   The Spill Number was eventually closed out.

485 Lenox Avenue - Underground Storage Tank Removal 

The property is a multi-story residential building located in Manhattan, New York.  A 20,000-gallon underground storage tank was located in the southern portion of the parking garage in the basement of the building.  The tank failed a test and additional investigations identified soil contamination surrounding the tank.   In order to properly remediate the petroleum spill, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation required the UST and contaminated soil surrounding the UST be removed. 

Enviro Drilling cut cleaned and removed the tank.  Enviro Drilling also excavated accessible petroleum contaminated soil. A total of 18 55-gallon drums of petroleum contaminated soil was excavated, placed into 55-gallon drums and properly disposed of.  Upon completion of the UST excavation the excavation was backfilled to grade.  Enviro Drilling prepared a Tank Closure Report.   

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