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  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

  • A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

    A Common Sense Approach
    to Your Environmental Needs

About Us

Common Sense is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office (SDO) formerly known as State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance (SOMWBA) in addition to Small Business Administration (SBA). Common Sense is listed in the Massachusetts Central Register as a DBE Certified Business Listing of eligible firms for federal-aid transportation projects. Further, Common Sense is also certified by the State of Rhode Island and the City of Boston as a Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE).

Services Overview

  • Licensed Site Professional (LSP) Services: hazardous waste and materials management
  • Drinking water & groundwater sampling
  • Industrial compliance
  • Tier II audits and submittals
  • Spill Prevention Countermeasures and Control Plans (SPCC)
  • AAI-compliant Phase I assessments
  • Subsurface Investigations and Remediation Services
  • Extensive experience with federal, state, and local agencies to ensure compliance with CERCLA, NEPA, and RCRA regulations.
  • Site investigation and assessment
  • Feasibility studies

 

  • UST/AST removal oversight
  • Profiling and disposal
  • Pre-demolition plans
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Environmental sampling of all media
  • Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment reports for property transfer
  • Environmental cleanup and remedial action recommendations
  • Environmental Due Diligence Audits (EDDA), Site Investiagations, PAs
  • Asbestos sampling
  • Resident inspection services
  • Predemolition surveys