West Conshohocken, PA

Time Frame: July 2008 - April 2009

EAT was contracted to excavate and remove both unknown and known substructures and piping, MGP-impacted material, and TSCA-level PCB-impacted material from an area directly adjacent to an active natural gas facility. This project involved several different waste streams that required extensive effort to excavate, manage on-site, stockpile, transport, and dispose of at multiple different facilities.  The known/unknown substructures included a tar holder, USTs, concrete pads, timber piles, abandoned natural gas piping, and asbestos-wrapped piping. EAT excavated and removed almost 5,000 tons of MGP-impacted soil and debris, 500 tons of TSCA-level PCB-impacted soil and debris, 2,500 linear feet of piping, and shipped 180,000 gallons of water offsite that had both MGP and PCB impacts. 

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