GPR, Oil Tank Locating, Tank Sweeps, Utility Mark outs and Ground Penetrating Radar in Union, CT
Do you need an oil tank sweep to locate an underground oil tank in Union, CT? Maybe you just need your underground utilities marked out?
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C2G Environmental Consultants, LLC utilizes a Dual Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to identify and locate metallic and non-metallic objects, old excavations, and subsurface anomalies down to a depth of 18 feet. The dual frequency antenna GPR utilized by C2G Environmental Consultants, LLC allows us to view both shallow and deep subsurface features with one unit. Applications for GPR include, but are not limited to determining depth to bedrock, or locating sink hole threats, buried foundations, buried debris, septic systems, oil & gas tanks, underground utilities, and old excavations. GPR also can be utilized in forensic investigations and road inspections. While Ground Penetrating Radar does not delineate soil or ground water contamination, it can find potential sources of contamination such as a buried drum or long forgotten tank.
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Uses & Applications
• Locate buried tanks
• Identify former tank excavations.
• Utility Mark outs
• Finding water and sewer lines.
• Locate metallic and nonmetallic pipes and utility cable
• Delineate pits and trenches containing metallic and nonmetallic debris
• Delineate previously excavated and backfilled areas
• Find subsurface obstacles such as rocks and old foundations
Oil Tank Locating/Tank Sweeps
There are times when a site owner may suspect they have an underground oil storage tank on the property but are unsure. Many homes and businesses in NY, CT & NJ have been around for a really long time and heating options for those properties have changed throughout the years. If you should you purchase one of these properties and later discover an out of service underground oil tank, you may be in for an unexpected headache. An out of service or improperly abandoned underground oil tank can cause considerable environmental and financial damage when a leak occurs. Damage to your personal property, neighboring properties, nearby streams and lakes, and precious groundwater used for drinking purposes have all been attributed to leaking oil tanks throughout the years.