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WjF is a small business that specializes in using multidisciplinary skills to provide cost–effective solutions to our clients' environmental concerns.

Underground Storage Tank (UST) Closure
Site Assessments / 21E Property Transactions
Licensed Site Professional Services
Environmental Sampling
Soil and Groundwater Remediation
Risk Characterization
Public Water Supply Development
Bill FabbriBrian Buchanan

Locally owned and operated, WjF offers environmental consulting and site development services to its clients throughout Massachusetts, from the Berkshires to Cape Cod and the Islands.  Our clients include homeowners, developers, environmental consultants, general contractors, attorneys, realtors, lending institutions, municipalities, and commercial businesses.  WjF provides practical solutions at competitive prices to meet the needs of a diverse group of clients.

WjF employs geologists, hydrogeologists, environmental scientists, field technicians and administrative support staff.  Business relationships that support WjF’s client endeavors include general contractors, analytical laboratories, environmental consultants, drilling firms, PhD. toxicologists, attorneys, and various suppliers of equipment, products, materials and services.  We are a small firm with tremendous resources and solid business relationships.

underground storage tank (UST) removal oversight and cleanup · “21E” property transactions, site assessments · Licensed Site Professional (LSP) services · MassDEP regulatory closure · soil/groundwater sampling · landfill sampling · wastewater treatment sampling · soil/groundwater cleanup · risk characterizations · public water supply permitting/development
 
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