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  • Aqua Survey in the News

    Aqua Survey in the News

    Aqua Survey was featured in articles that appeared in New Jersey’s Star-Ledger, the Hunterdon County Democrat and online at NJ.com. The article covered many topics, from our recent treasure find in Florida and our work in Laos mapping unexploded bombs and building schools to the geophysical surveying and sediment sampling we do back here in […]

  • In the Wake of the Argonauts

    In the Wake of the Argonauts

    Dr. Dominique Gorlitz begins construction of the Abora IV, which will in part retrace the mythical voyage of Jason and the Argonauts. Late last week the Abora team arrived in Bulgaria to set up base camp in the small industrial town of Belova. Their mission: begin construction of the Abora IV. Dr. Dominique Gorlitz has […]

  • Case Study 92: Core Sampling in UXO Contaminated Waterways

    Case Study 92: Core Sampling in UXO Contaminated Waterways

    Real-time metal detection eliminates need for pre-coring survey. Client Needs: The client needed vibracore samples in an area known to contain UXO (unexploded ordnance). They were concerned about our electro-vibracore making contact with UXO. An EM survey could have been performed to provide markout pre-coring, however this approach has several drawbacks: • Increased time on […]

  • Request a Quote and get a Coin

    Request a Quote and get a Coin

    Submit a request for a quote and receive an Ancient Roman Coin (at least 1,500 years old) as a token of our appreciation. Aqua Survey supports archaeology, adventure and the exploration of history.  That’s why we’d like to share a small piece of it with you. No need to do anything special.  Request a quote […]

  • Do you have a Rival?

    Do you have a Rival?

    ri-val late 16th century: from Latin rivalis, originally in the sense ‘person using the same stream as another,’ from rivus ‘stream.’ Rivalries have been part of the world’s history: who gets water and how water gets shared has always been a big deal. Alison M. Jones of No Water No Life recently reminded us where […]

  • 2018 Blue Peter Gala Photo Gallery

    2018 Blue Peter Gala Photo Gallery

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  • NJ Governor and 23 Environmental Professionals Honored at Princeton Gala

    NJ Governor and 23 Environmental Professionals Honored at Princeton Gala

    “The Blue Peter Awards recognize those who have shown the difference that leaders–in any field–can make. They remind everyone that leaders are everyday people who want to make their communities better. Their example helps others to recognize that they can make a difference as well.” -Christie Todd Whitman, NJ Governor and Former EPA Administrator Governor […]

  • Congratulations to the 2018 Blue Peter Award Recipients!

    Congratulations to the 2018 Blue Peter Award Recipients!

    View the gallery here Steven Sands – Clean Earth, Inc. Stewart Abrams – Langan George Hicks – Tetra Tech, Inc. Cynthia Liu – Engineering/Remediation Resources Group, Inc. Kris Hallinger – ERM Group, Inc. Carol Shobrook – JT Cleary, Inc., A TULLY GROUP Company Rick Beach – GZA Environmental, Inc. Ram Mohan – Anchor QEA, LLC. […]

  • Blue Peter Awards Gala Nominees Released

    Blue Peter Awards Gala Nominees Released

    Celebrating Excellence in the Field of Environmental Remediation -June 11th Princeton, NJ- The Nominees are: Steven Sands – Clean Earth Stewart Abrams – Langan George Hicks – Tetra Tech Cynthia Liu – ERRG Kris Hallinger – ERM Carol Shobrook – JT Cleary Rick Beach – GZA Environmental Ram Mohan – Anchor QEA Eric Stern – […]