- General Services Administration (GSA)
- Hillsborough, NJ
The former Belle Mead Army Depot (BMAD) established on April 29, 1942 was used primarily for operations by the US Army Supply Services Network for storage and distribution of materials, including batteries, paint, petroleum products, propane, pesticides, solvents, and strategic metals. Environmental site investigations identified the presence of arsenic and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) at concentrations exceeding New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) remediation standards. Charter began remediation services on the North Parcel of Belle Mead, totaling over 230 acres in February of 2017.
Charter’s scope of work includes: Excavation and offsite disposal of the coal-tar like materials from Areas of Concern (AOC); Excavation and off-site disposal (as hazardous waste for TCLP lead) of soil from the former pistol range; Excavation and off-site disposal of selected impacted soils that are inconsistent with contaminants present at the consolidation area portion of AOC 15; Excavation and on-site consolidation at AOC 15 of the remaining berm materials from AOC 10-2; Excavation and on-site consolidation at AOC 15 of the top one foot of soil across the Site; Excavation and on-site consolidation at AOC 15 of limited deeper impacted soils as necessary from select AOCs.Back to all