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Project: Construction of a Diagnostic Testing Facility
Location: Bergen, NJ
Soil volume: ~28,000 tons
Evaluated existing waste classification data, and determined that the subject soils had exceeded the RCRA limits for TCLP-Lead, causing the soil to carry a D008 RCRA waste code determination. No UHC’s (Underlying Hazardous Constituents) were detected.
Arranged for onsite treatment of hazardous lead contaminated soil as a cost saving alternative to offsite transportation & disposal (T&D) at a Sub-title C (RCRA Hazardous) permitted facility
Soils were successfully treated below the target levels, using a proprietary reagent, effectively de-listing the formerly hazardous lead contaminated soil, reclassifying it as non-hazardous.
Arranged for the subsequent sampling and analysis of the treated soil for waste classification, and coordinated the document completion for disposal approval at a Sub-title D permitted landfill as a non-hazardous material.
Managed the project scheduling, logistics and truck manifesting, through completion.
This strategy had enabled the client to save hundreds of thousands of dollars that was initially budgeted for offsite T&D of hazardous lead contaminated soil.