BJAAM has combined broad regulatory skills with an extensive knowledge of emergency clean-up technologies to provide project oversight during accidental fuel spills. Our approach of providing rigorous technical oversight, coordinating the activities of emergency response contractors, and interfacing with state and local agencies during emergency responses has been the key component in clean-up efficiency and reduced costs. Our clients have saved millions of dollars through BJAAM’s efforts to coordinate the diverse interests and activities that operate during accidental fuel releases at bulk petroleum storage facilities, retail petroleum facilities, vehicle accidents, and residential heating oil releases.
BJAAM has extensive experience negotiating, both on-site and off, with regulatory agencies to determine the scope of emergency response and remediation activities that protect human health and the environment while reducing costs.
BJAAM routinely employs a wide variety of rapid response remediation systems including: soil vapor extraction, dual phase extraction, pump and treat, in-situ bioremediation, and water flush systems. At most sites, these systems can be operational within hours of an accidental release and have been instrumental in mitigating the effects of petroleum releases in soil and ground water.