Underground Storage Tank Closure Tier I and Tier II Evaluation – Lynchburg Clay Local School District – Lynchburg, Ohio

STONE helped resolve an issue related to the removal of a gasoline underground storage tank (UST) that was used for the district’s school buses. The UST had been removed several years earlier, but closure documentation was not completed properly, and residual petroleum constituents remained in the soil. STONE worked diligently with the Ohio Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulation (BUSTR) and completed both Tier I and Tier II investigations of the site. This entailed numerous soil borings and analytical testing to define the extent of contamination both vertically and horizontally in the soil. BUSTR issued a No Further Action (NFA) status for the site based on the investigations, testing, reporting and risk assessment that STONE completed on behalf of the school district.

“STONE Environmental was a pleasure to work with. From the planning process to our onsite visit. They knew exactly what we wanted and were able to deliver in a timely fashion.  The on-site field engineer was very resourceful and her attention to the small details was phenomenal. I will be sure to use STONE on all my future environmental surveying projects.”