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Welcome to Eco-Rental Solutions, LLC!

We are passionate about the environmental testing equipment and instrumentation business! We've started this company because we want to be able to provide our customers better equipment rental service, better equipment, and still maintain a competitive rate. We offer the best environmental testing instruments to reliably provide quality data in the rigorous environment of field use. So whether you need to test air quality, perform soil testing, water conditions, etc, we make sure every instrument is properly maintained and calibrated to meet manufacturers' specifications. Let us provide your company an efficient, user-friendly rental and sales process that will save you time and money. We now have 6 locations in New York, Missouri, and California that service the entire United States.

Oil and Natural Gas Air Pollution Standards

Searching for an update on the latest oil and natural gas pollution standards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)? 
 

NYS Brownfield Tax Credit Program Renewed with the Passing of the Budget

In early April, New York State passed a $142 billion budget, which included a 10-year extension of the Brownfield Cleanup Program. The state tax credits for developers who clean up and build on contaminated sites was supposed to expire at the end of this year, but now has the necessary funding to continue.
 
Additionally, a number of reforms have been made to the program, which state lawmakers hope will inspire developers to keep cleaning up contaminated sites, especially in areas outside of New York City boundaries.
 

The Basics of Soil Vapor Intrusion

Curious about soil vapor intrusion, but don’t really know much about it? Vapor intrusion occurs when chemicals in soil or groundwater migrate to indoor air above a contaminated site. It can also happen when contaminated groundwater itself enters a structure. This can happen in sumps or flooded basements, where pollutants dissolved in the water may be released into the indoor air.
 

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