Location: Summary: New Year, New Stormwater Permitting Requirements Just in time for the New Year, the PADEP has issued a new Final General NPDES Permit for discharges of stormwater associated with construction activities (PAG-02). This reissued General Permit contains: new requirements for impaired water discharges; site inspections; new modules; and plenty more. These changes also cover existing […]
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: 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: Lebanon, PA Summary: Brickhouse conducted site characterization activities, fate and transport modeling, vapor intrusion modeling, and attainment monitoring to successfully remediate the Site in accordance with the Residential Statewide Health Standard under the Pennsylvania Land Recycling Program.
Location: Philadelphia, PA Summary: Brickhouse facilitated the recycling of an abandoned gasoline filling station into a mixed residential and retail development in the historic Mount Airy section of Philadelphia.
Location: Guthriesville, PA Summary: After a national restoration company failed to cleanup 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: Exton, PA Summary: In order to allow for a real estate transaction to be completed, Brickhouse managed and documented the proper closure of three large underground storage tanks formerly used for retail sale of gasoline. The closure report was approved by PADEP and allowed the transaction to proceed in a timely and efficient manner.
Location: Brick, NJ Summary: Since 2001, Brickhouse has provided various consulting and engineering services to Brick Recycling in order to manage environmental conditions and operations at its scrap yard facilities. Brickhouse worked with Brick Recycling and the NJDEP to complete remedial actions and successfully established a groundwater Classification Exception Area (CEA) as part of a Remedial Action Permit. Most recently, Brickhouse prepared Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SPPPs) for two of its facilities.