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Environmental Services in PA Service Area:

We travel to a broad range of counties (and beyond) in Pennsylvania to perform environmental services and meet our client’s needs. Some of the counties we provide services in are listed below. If you are unsure whether we can travel to your location, just contact us, provide us with your project information and location and we will let you know how we can help you.

Philadelphia County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Philadelphia County PA

Philadelphia County is one of the three original counties, (along with Chester and Bucks counties), developed by William Penn in November 1682.

It once boasted an extensive trolley network prior to World War II, but the trolley network has diminished since that era. Chestnut Hill was once a popular by trolley service location which began in 1894. The trolley tracks still run down the ‘Belgian block paved’ main street of the neighborhood.

Despite being the second smallest county, it is one of the most populated counties in the state. Philadelphia County has produced many noteworthy and famous people, some of which include actor Kevin Bacon and actress/comedian Tina Fey.

J&J Environmental Services helps many clients in the Philadelphia County area and we are proud to serve this area.

Montgomery County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Montgomery County PA

Montgomery county is the third most populated county in Pennsylvania, right after Philadelphia and Allegheny Counties. It’s a very diverse community containing farms and open land in Upper Hanover to thriving neighborhoods in Cheltenham.

Montgomery county has a bustling employment community that contains large business parks in Blue Bell, Lansdale, Fort Washington, Horsham, and King of Prussia. These thriving business centers attracts thousands of workers from all over the area.

In 2008, Montgomery County was named the 9th Best Place to Raise a Family by Forbes. We enjoy working with people in the Montgomery County communities to ensure the local residents and workers have a healthy and safe environment to work and play in.

Bucks County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Bucks County PA

Bucks County was created in 1682 by William Penn and is one of the three original counties. William Penn was from England and name the county after Buckinghamshire.

Bucks county was the location for a major turning point in the American War of Independence with the successful attack on Britain’s Hessian forces. George Washington camped his troops  in Bucks County while they got ready to cross the Delaware River to take Trenton, New Jersey. They took Britain’s Hessian forces by surprise on the morning of December 26, 1776.

Many municipalities in Central and Upper Buck are doubling their populations since they are experiencing rapid development. Renovation is now a leading coalition in Lower Bucks. Many new shopping plazas and commercial chains are replacing older, neglected structures.

Many films such as Signs (Mel Gibson), Safe (Jason Statham), and Something Evil (Stephen King), have taken place in Bucks County. Helping this community to grow while maintaining an environmentally friendly community is our goal at J&J Environmental Services.

Berks County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Berks County PA

Berks County was formed on March 11, 1752 and was compromised of parts of Chester, Lancaster, and Philadelphia Counties. It was named after the English county Berkshie where William Penn’s family home was located but is now shortened to ‘Berks County’.

Berks County has recently seen an increase in its population due to is close proximity to other communities. It is due to these factors that Berks County was added to the Delaware Valley Planning Area in 2005.

Berks County has produced many notable figures such as singer Taylor Swift, YouTube co- founder and former CEO Chad Billingly and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Chad Billingsley.

This growing community has afforded J&J Environmental Services the opportunity to serve the local residents and ensure they enjoy an environmentally friendly community.

Chester County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Chester County PA

Named for Chester, England, Chester County was created in 1682 by Willam Penn and was one of the three original Pennsylvania counties initially created. Chester County is boasted as the highest-income county in Pennsylvania and also the 24th highest in the nation.

Much of the soil in Chester County is fertile, rich loam which can be as much as twenty-four inches thick. The combination of the rich soil and mild climate made it ideal to become a major agricultural area.

A variety of noteworthy figures hail from Chester County. Some of these individuals include Jon Matlack baseball pitcher for the New York Mets and Texas Rangers, film director M. Night Shyamalan, professional skateboarder Bam Margera, and James Smith, who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

J&J Environmental Services prides ourselves on our service to the Chester County communities and look forward to continue helping this community remain environmentally safe and healthy for its local residents.

Delaware County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Delaware County PA

Henry Hudson “discovered” and explored this area in 1609. Delaware County was named for the Delaware River and was created from part of Chester County on September 26, 1789. It is often referred to as ‘Delco’.

Though it is the third-smallest county in Pennsylvania by size, it is the home of many state parks that include Ridley Creek State Park, Clayton Park & Golf Course, Glen Providence Park, Kent Park/Dog Park, Rose Tree Park, Smedley Park, and Upland Park.

Delaware County is Delaware County is the home of one of oldest baseball leagues in the country, the Delco League, it is the traditional home of women’s professional soccer in the Philadelphia area, and every summer it becomes home to a basketball league, the Delco Pro-Am, which consists of current, future, and former NBA players as well as local standout players.

We are proud to be a part of providing essential environmental services to Delaware County and its local residents to ensure they enjoy an environmentally healthy community.

Lehigh County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Lehigh County PA

Lehigh County is named after the Lehigh River. The Lehigh River received its name from the Delaware Indian term Lechauweki or Lechauwekink which means “where there are forks”.  The county was form in 1812 but was first settled around 1730.

Lehigh County is currently the fastest growing county in the state of Pennsylvania. Lehigh County is home to the Lehigh Valley International Airport, which is located three miles northeast of Allentown in Hanover Township.

Lehigh County contains a multitude of recreational parks that provide various activities for local residents which include hiking/walking, fishing, bicycling, softball, soccer, basketball, cross country skiing, roller blading, jogging, nature study, playground and picnicking.

J&J Environmental Services enjoys serving the environmental needs of Lehigh County and look forward to helping this county continue to grow in an environmentally friendly manner.

Northhampton County Environmental Services

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Environmental Services in Northampton County PA

Northampton County was formed from parts of Bucks County in 1752.  Anthracite coal, cement, and other industrial products are produced here in this industrially-oriented county. Once, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of steel, Bethlehem Steel, was located here.

Northampton County is home to National Canal Museum, Zoellner Arts Center and contains many local attractions, historic sites, parks and recreation areas, hiking and camping grounds.

Northampton County proudly serves students of all ages by providing over 100 educational institutions that include public schools, private schools, charter schools, colleges and universities.

We are proud to serve the Northampton County area and help maintain its environmentally friendly communities for all residents to continue to enjoy taking part in.

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Philadephia County, PA
Montgomery County, PA
Bucks County, PA
Berks County, PA
Chester County, PA
Delaware County, PA
Lehigh County, PA
Northampton County, PA