Remedial Design

Our remediation design specialists have experience developing appropriate, cost-effective remedial approaches for real world applications. CORE specialists have designed many types of remedial systems to meet site-specific challenges, including: Sub-slab Depressurization, Air Sparge, Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE), Bio-venting, Peroxide Injection, In-situ Chemical Oxidation, Pump and Treat, Dual-Phase Extraction, Enhanced Bioremediation, and Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA).

National Rubber

CORE was retained by Hamil Stratten Properties to perform environmental investigation and remediation services at the former National Rubber Adhesives (NRA) facility. NRA occupied the 9th Street facility for 62 years and utilized the space for adhesive manufacturing, equipment and materials storage, and office space. Historical records indicate that there were seven underground storage tanks (USTs) at this Facility formerly containing gasoline, toluene, heptane, and methyl ethyl ketone. Fol...

Mendon - Foster Ave

CORE provided investigative and remediation services for the Mendon Truck Leasing Facility located on Foster Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The Site is currently used as a truck repair and rental facility. Previous Site investigations suggested that on-Site releases of both gasoline and diesel petroleum products had impacted Site groundwater. To address potential source areas, CORE provided all oversight of the closure and removal of 12 underground storage tanks (USTs), including the...

The Wills Building

CORE was retained by the Wills Family Group Limited Partnership to provide environmental consulting services and remedial system design and installation. The Wills Building is currently occupied by mixed commercial and light manufacturing businesses and is located in a commercial and industrial area. Previous Site investigations in the area of the building revealed high levels of tetrachloroethene (PCE) and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in subsurface media around and directly bene...

26th Ward

CORE completed a Limited Subsurface Investigation (LSI) following a release of No. 2 fuel oil at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection 26th Ward Water Pollution Control Plant, located next to Hendrix Creek. The release occurred as the fuel was delivered to a fill port that had been temporarily disconnected from its underground storage tank (UST). The fuel was released to a gravel-filled area around the UST. Initial recovery efforts collected nearly 700 of the 900...