Location: Oley, PA Summary: A spill of gasoline occurred at a residential property in Oley, Pennsylvania. The release, which occurred from an automobile gas tank, resulted in the discharge of approximately 20 gallons of unleaded gasoline onto a permeable driveway.
Location: Philadelphia, PA Summary: Brickhouse conducted the design, sourcing of materials, and oversight for installation of a vapor mitigation system including a vapor barrier and sub-slab depressurization system for a residential development project in South Philadelphia.
Location: Chester County, PA Summary: Brickhouse Environmental provided hydrogeologic and engineering services to a Golf Club to develop an onsite water source for their irrigation needs. Work including citing the well, drilling the well, hydrogeologic testing, applying for and receiving a Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) Water Withdrawal Permit, and designing an irrigation water storage lagoon. Brickhouse Environmental was able to perform the necessary testing to identify an acceptable water withdrawal rate and storage system that 1) satisfied the needs of the Golf Club, 2) was protective of the adjacent stream and existing groundwater users, and 3) satisfied the DRBC’s requirements for issuance of a Water Withdrawal Permit within the Groundwater Protection Area.
Location: New York Summary: In response to a large cost recovery claim from the State of New York against our client, Brickhouse Environmental was contracted to conduct a technical review and assessment of the Remedial Investigation and Source Characterization Studies, conducted by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). The studies were initiated due to a suspected cancer cluster identified in a large residential neighborhood, outside of Binghamton, NY. Based on their studies, the regulatory agencies had concluded that our client’s manufacturing plant was the source of soil and groundwater contamination from TCE and other chlorinated solvents, which then caused contaminated soil vapor to migrate and intrude into residents’ homes. Our client had inherited responsibility for the legacy contamination, as part of its purchase of the parent company.
Location: Waste Processing and Transport Facility, Hudson County, NJ Summary: Conducted due diligence assessment for purchase of waste processing and transport facility. Prepared application for transfer of Remedial Action Permit Transfer/Change of Ownership Application for property where rail transfer facility was operating. Prepared several Biennial Certification Reports and submitted to NJDEP to maintain compliance with Remedial Action Permit.