Location: Conshohocken, Montgomery County, PA Summary: Brickhouse Environmental performed a Vapor Intrusion Risk Assessment (RA) for a commercial property located in Conshohocken, Montgomery County, PA as part of a Combined Remedial Investigation Report (RIR), RA, and Cleanup Plan (CP). The facility was previously used for manufacturing, fabrication, and painting of construction equipment which resulted in soil and groundwater impacts from chlorinated […]
Location: Warminster, PA Summary: In addition to a chlorinated solvent plume from the nearby Naval Air Development Center (NADC), groundwater impacts from Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) were confirmed to be present at sample locations on our client’s property at concentrations exceeding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA) health advisory level of 70 parts per trillion (ppt). The source […]
Location: Lancaster County, PA Summary: Brickhouse Environmental is providing ongoing expert hydrogeologic consulting services to two manufacturing companies regarding the Elizabethtown Landfill in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Under the Federal Superfund program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) identified these companies as Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) to groundwater contamination caused by this inactive unlined landfill, and thus they have been assigned […]
Location: Binghamton, NY Summary: Due to the detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in a number of drinking water supplies across New York State, the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has initiated a Statewide evaluation of remediation sites to better understand the extent that PFAS and 1,4-dioxane are present in groundwater across the State. These contaminants have […]
Location: Guthriesville, PA Summary: After a national restoration company failed to clean
up a home damaged by the rupture of a full heating oil tank in the home’s basement, Brickhouse characterized and successfully remediated the home to pre-spill conditions.
Location: Pottsville, PA Summary: An overfilled heating oil tank resulted in the release of a substantial amount of No. 2 fuel oil to the soils immediately adjacent to a family’s home. As a result, fuel oil seeped through the basement wall, and fumes were spread throughout the house by the forced-air heating system.