CAS & Associates, LLC
2778 N Lakeharbor Ln.
Boise, ID 83703
(see contact page)
UST/LUST Removal, Soil Sampling, Water Monitoring & SPCC Planning
For additional information, please feel free to call CAS & Associates, LLC right here in our Boise office. Our team of Engineers and Geologists will answer any questions about our services.
Underground storage tank (UST) and leaking underground storage tank (LUST) removal should be conducted when they do not meet ASTM regulatory requirements. UST and any associated contaminated material exceeding regulatory levels are cleaned up. Removal of USTs and LUSTs usually take anywhere between two to three weeks to complete. This includes both the removal of the tank(s) and submission of the final report.
Brief Description of a UST/LUST Removal
- UST/LUST Removal Design
- Acquisition of Competitive
- Bids From Qualified Tank
- Removal Contractors
- Acquisition of Required Permits
- UST/LUST Removal Management
- Regulatory Agency Interaction
- Required Sampling
- Site Remediation
- Risk Assessment
Soil Sampling and Water Monitoring
Learn more about the chemical makeup of the soil on which your property stands. For soil sampling and other environmental site assessment processes, turn to CAS & Associates, LLC in Boise, ID. We also install groundwater monitoring wells. If you want to know whether the groundwater underneath your site is safe, consult us today. We are home to professional Engineers and Geologists, so rest assured that you are in good hands with us.
The purpose of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Spill Prevention, Control & Countermeasure (SPCC) rule is to help facilities prevent a discharge of oil into navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. This rule is part of the EPA's oil spill prevention program and was published under the authority of the Federal Pollution Control Act in 1974.
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Hazardous materials sometimes seep through the most unlikely parts of the ground, contaminating the soil. As a result, even water quality is at stake. With all these, how can you be sure about the safety of your current site? End your assumptions and get clear answers with the help of our environmental consulting firm. We can also help you determine whether or not a site has been contaminated before. We can provide historical records and do research to back up our claims.