Commercial Environmental Services

Commercial Environmental Assessment

Commercial Environmental Assessment

Meridian Environmental can conduct all of your Commercial & Industrial needs by working with Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs). With a Licensed Site Remediation Professional, LSRP, Meridian is capable of performing Underground Storage Tank (UST) Removals, Phase I, Phase II, and Soil & Groundwater remediations for commercial and industrial properties. Meridian is well versed in pertinent Federal, State and Local environmental regulations. Our understanding of these regulations allows us to quickly and efficiently complete all of your project needs.

  • A Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) role is to oversee the remediation of contaminated sites in accordance with the Department’s applicable standards and regulations for responsible parties. One of the key advantages to using an LSRP is the reduction in the time it will take to reach the point of case closure. The process for the remediation of contaminated properties has significantly changed in New Jersey with the passage of the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) and associated regulations. SRRA requires that the remediation of sites be conducted under the oversight of a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP). Meridian Environmental is well positioned to assist clients in meeting the requirements for remediation under SRRA.
  • Phase I – Our assessments are conducted to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs) in connection with the property. A Recognized Environmental Condition is defined as the presence of any hazardous substances or petroleum products on a property under conditions that indicate an existing release, past release, or material threat of a release into structures on the property or into the soil, ground water or surface water of the property.
  • Phase II – Testing Areas of Concern (AOCs) or Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs). This testing is done through ground penetrating testing, land surveying, and magnetometer scans for presence of Underground Storage Tanks (USTs). A Phase II report is written; addressing all AOCs and findings.