PARS Environmental, Inc.
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Oct 18, 2011 | Print

On November 17th PARS will be presented with the Enviro Energy Company of the year award at the New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) Awards Gala.  PARS received the award for its research, development and commercialization of innovative environmental technologies. Recently, PARS developed Nualgi, an innovative, patented, nano bio product for the rapid and cost effective cleanup of lakes, rivers and streams. Nualgi has been used to clean up polluted water in lakes, rivers and streams at a fraction of the cost of competing methods by absorbing Nitrogen and Phosphorous and increasing the dissolved oxygen level in water.  

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Recent Contract Awards

June 2017. This summer, PARS will be conducting Right To Know Inventories for more than 50 School Districts, Municipalities and Public Utilities throughout New Jersey.

June 2017. PARS is working for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) to provide a fume hood survey in Bronx, New York.

April 2017.  PARS was awarded two Task Orders from the EPA. One to support Green Infrastructure Researsh at the Edison Environmental Center; and a second to expand monitoring with the Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitian Sewer District in Louisville, Kentucky.

April 2017. PARS was awarded a contract by the USACE Louisville District to provide NEPA services for a historic preservation study at the Paul A. Doble U.S. Army Reserve Center in New Hampshire.

April 2017. PARS was awarded a contract by the USACE Louisville District to provide NEPA services supporting the U.S. Army Reserve 63rd Regional Support Command in Pheonix, Arizona.

April 2017. PARS will be providing Asbestos Safety Control Monitoring (ASCM) Services for a one-year period for Rowan University at all four of its campus in New Jersey.

March 2017. PARS, along with our Joint Venture partner, Gannett-Fleming, was awarded a contract from the USACE, Louisville District for a Underground Storage Tank (UST) removal at Caesar Creek in Waynesville, Ohio.