About the Company
Brown Remediation has completed projects in 12 states:
New Jersey. The company is fully licensed, bonded, and insured, and our operators
maintain all appropriate certifications, including OSHA Hazwoper, First Aid/CPR,
and Loss Prevention Training. They
are experienced technicians, who handle a wide range of contaminants and site
conditions in a clean, cost-effective, and expeditious manner using our
self-contained system. Certificates
of Insurance are always available to our clients, including the following
General Liability $2,000,000
Contractors' Pollution Liability
Automobile Liability $1,000,000
Workers Compensation $1,000,000
Brown Remediation uses a unique
two-phase extraction system capable of
performing extended free product removal and/or pilot testing to determine
future remedial needs at contaminated sites. We stand apart from other firms by
offering the newest, safest, and most reliable equipment that meets all
applicable federal standards including NFPA 86 guidelines.
Because we are genuinely committed to meeting our clients’ needs,
we guarantee the quality of our work.
If our client is not satisfied, we
would prefer to not be paid, rather than have an unhappy customer. To date, we
have always been paid.
Tom Brown, director of operations for Brown Remediation, is a geologist with
more than 25 years of experience in the soil and groundwater remediation industry. Tom’s message to clients is that his door is always open. All clients get his personal attention. Tom clearly loves what he does and he’s built his business on a
reputation for personal and business
integrity, the use of the latest
technology and equipment, and the
efficiency in the industry.
Before starting Brown
Remediation, Tom served for four years as director of operations for Fruits &
Associates, a remediation firm he helped conceive. Prior to joining Fruits &
Associates, Tom was an environmental consultant for firms such as Groundwater
Technology and Terra Vac before joining ARCADIS U.S., Inc., where he served as the environmental
As a consultant, Tom provided underground storage tank and other environmental
services for major oil companies, including Fina Oil and Chemical Company. Tom
served as Fina’s southeast environmental consultant while at three different
companies, earning him Fina’s Environmental Consultant of the Year Award on numerous occasions.
Prior to entering the consulting industry, Tom worked for Marathon Resources, a
subsidiary of Marathon Oil, for which he was involved in mineral exploration in
the Death Valley region of
also worked as a research geochemist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography
California, where he spent a considerable
amount of time doing research at sea.
Tom earned his master’s degree in
in 1988 and his bachelor’s in
geology from Miami of Ohio in 1979.