First Call Environmental was recently dispatched to Cinnaminson, NJ in response to a reported 100-gallon release of heating oil. Due to the scope of work being large, Matt Corley from the Sales Team got started on an estimate immediately, at the customer’s request. Once the estimate was approved, the FCE crew mobilized to the site.

 Upon arrival, The FCE New Jersey crew determined that 200 gallons of oil spilled in the attic crawl space and impacted the plywood floor and insulation. Several offices and the garage area were also impacted along the ceilings, walls and floors. Under Chuck Reinwald’s (Director of Emergency Response) direction, the crew got to work and over several days, removed impacted drywall, plywood, carpet and insulation. Areas were pressure washed and treated, and salvageable carpets were steam cleaned. Due to the nature of the spill and the enclosed area, VOC readings were conducted throughout each day in order to ensure a safe work environment for the team.

 After several days of work, FCE was asked to handle the entire restore as well as obtain quotes for a separate contractor to rebuild the impacted areas. FCE facilitated and oversaw the restoration process, providing direction and safety oversight for several more days. Overall, the feedback was extremely positive from the property owner and FCE’s internal Leadership team. Project Manager, Ann Novakowski, worked closely with Matt Corley, Chuck Reinwald, and the Northern Region crew to professionally complete this job from start to finish.