Environmental Consultant, Mold, & Air Quality Testing Middlesex County, NJ
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Local Environmental Health Experts You Can Trust
As the second-most populated county in New Jersey, Middlesex County is home to thousands of families. Each and every parent wants to know that their child is safe at school, daycare, and other trusted facilities throughout the area.
That’s where Paul Sakson Environmental comes in. We conduct environmental site assessments to ascertain the health and safety of various childcare locations. Our services are detailed, efficient, and compliant with all local and state regulations.
With more than two decades of experience, we’re experts in New Jersey’s environmental laws and regulations. Allow us to help you promote a safer, healthier environment within your childcare center and meet the latest legal requirements.
Environmental Site Assessments in Middlesex County
1) Preliminary Assessments
If you are looking to open a school or childcare facility in the State of New Jersey, you’ll need to comply with state regulations and obtain a Preliminary Assessment of the site. We’ll help with this initial inspection and provide a Response Action Outcome (RAO) letter.
2) Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
To purchase or refinance a commercial property in New Jersey, you’ll likely need a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). Our highly trained scientists will visit your site, conduct the required research, and prepare an environmental report that clearly outlines the safety of the site, as well as any concerns.
3) Transaction Screens
A more affordable alternative to a Phase I ESA is a Transaction Screen. We’ll send an environmental scientist to your site to conduct research and interview relevant stakeholders. All of our Transaction Screens are performed in accordance with the ASTM Standard.
Why Hire Us for Your Middlesex County Assessments?
We’re Well-Versed in New Jersey Environmental Law
Regulations and expectations for childcare centers are always changing, making it difficult to stay compliant every year. We’ll keep up with the latest New Jersey requirements so that you don’t have to. With us on your team, you’ll always stay one step ahead of fines, penalties, and environmental risks.
Our Customers Are Our Top Priority
Our customers aren’t just customers - they’re our friends, families, and neighbors. As New Jersey residents, we have a deep-seated commitment to maintaining a safe environment for all, especially our youngest citizens. We truly want to keep children safe through proper testing and assessment.
We Work With the Best Laboratories
Every sample we collect is shipped off to a reputable, trusted and New Jersey Certified laboratory for analysis. We’ll never provide biased guidance, nor will we have any direct influence on the results themselves. Your facility will receive completely objective reports on any environmental health risks present at the site.
Expect Fair and Reasonable Prices
We always provide clear upfront cost estimates, as well as a firm timeline. You can trust us to conduct our environmental assessments efficiently to avoid wasting your time and money. All of your sample tests will yield results from professional laboratories in three weeks or fewer.
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Our Environmental Service Offerings Include:
We’re here to meet all of your environmental assessment and risk management needs. Although we specialize in working with childcare centers, we also work with larger schools, commercial sites, and other similar clients.
If your facility works with children, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ll walk you through the state’s requirements for a center like yours, then conduct the necessary environmental inspections and tests so that you can rest easy at night.
Frequently Asked Questions
A Preliminary Assessment (PA) and Report need to be completed in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:26E to satisfy NJDEP requirements. In summary, a PA includes performing the environmental due diligence on the property, including deed search, municipal and county file searches, review of historic documentation such as aerial photographs, insurance maps, and telephone directories, research of industrial directories, and review of government databases. The PA also includes a current site inspection. This information is then submitted to the NJDEP in a Preliminary Assessment Report. The final remediation document, a Response Action Outcome letter, is issued by the Licensed Site Remediation Professional retained by the child care center.
The Preliminary Assessment and Remedial Action Outcome letter is usually completed in 30 days upon receipt of all available documentation.
Every 5 years radon samples need to be collected. Samples need to be collected from each frequently occupied room, which includes classrooms and offices, on the lowest level of the center.
Every 3 years drinking water samples are required to be collected from all drinking water faucets and at least 50% of the child care center’s total number of faucets.
It’s tough to say exactly how often you should get your indoor air quality tested. As you are operating a sensitive site, such as a child care center, you can never be too safe. That said, you may consider testing your indoor air quality at least once a year.
Although you may be connected to city water, or a private water company, lead and copper contaminants may enter your water supply through your interior piping. This is a common occurrence in very old houses or buildings, and newer structures that have recently installed copper lines, or may have used lead solder. Lead and copper are both contaminants that can cause a variety of adverse health effects.
Contact Us Today to Discuss Your Project
Schedule your Middlesex County environmental assessment with our experienced team. We’ve been serving the state of New Jersey for decades, and we’re proud to call this place home.
Call 732-230-7510 or send us a message online to get started. The sooner you assess your facility’s environmental health risks, the safer your staff and children will be.