Former Electrical Substation on North Broad Street

This site is developed with a former electrical substation; at the time of REPSG’s Phase I ESA the property was had been cleared of electrical equipment and was being used for storage and parking. REPSG completed a Phase I Site Assessment that disclosed recognized environmental conditions with significant potentials to affect proposed development at the site, including the previously undocumented prior use of a portion of the site as a gasoline station and the potential presence of polychlorinated biphenyl-impacted soils. REPSG’s report included recommendations for additional investigation, which were implemented by REPSG following the completion of the Phase I ESA.
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About Suzanne Shourds

"Anything else you’re interested in is not going to happen if you can’t breathe the air and drink the water. Don’t sit this one out. Do something. You are by accident of fate alive at an absolutely critical moment in the history of our planet." Carl Sagan
Suzanne studied Biology and Chemistry at Rowan University where she received her B.S. degree in 2001, before going on to earn her M.Ed. in Biology and Geography from Frostburg State University. She joined REPSG in 2006 where she works in the Risk Management Services Department. A resident of Collingswood, NJ, Suzanne is a board member for the Collingswood Junior Women’s Club, is a Co-Leader for a local Girl Scout Troop, and volunteers with Collingswood TV.