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NJDEP Revises the Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons(EPH) Guidance- December Update

Eileen Snyder by Eileen Snyder



Alpha Analytical has revised the fractionation level for extractable petroleum hydrocarbons (EPH) from 1,700 mg/kg to 2,300 mg/kg consistent with the revised NJDEP Evaluation of Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbons (EPH) in Soil Technical Guidance (Version 1.0) released on 06/20/19, effective on 12/20/19. The revised Guidance provides for determination of alternative product limit concentrations.

Alpha Analytical offers analytical services to support the revised Guidance. For more information, refer to Alpha’s NJ-EPH Technical Bulletin

Alpha also offers grain size analysis, both as sieve-only or sieve with hydrometer. For more on our geotechnical testing offerings, please contact your sales representative.

To view our original blog post about the revised guidance click here. 

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