New Office in San Diego, California

FREY Environmental, Inc., is excited to announce that we have opened a new satellite office in San Diego, California! Our new branch office is centrally located at 2227 Dale Street in the heart of San Diego, less than 30 minutes from the majority of properties located within San Diego County. The San Diego branch office has been opened to facilitate our efforts to continue to provide our outstanding environmental services to customers within the San Diego area. The central location of our San Diego branch office office will allow FREY Environmental, Inc. to provide more efficient and cost-effective services within San Diego County by diminishing commute time for field personnel and reducing our response time to our current and potential clients in the San Diego area, as well as increasing productivity, availability, client relations, and overall satisfaction.

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SB 445 Signed by Jerry Brown – UST Cleanup Fund Extended untill 2026

Proponents of clean drinking water can applaud the Governor Jerry Brown as he signed into legislation an extension of the Barry Keene Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund. The Fund is paid into per gallon of gasoline or diesel purchased in California. The goal of the Fund is to clean up previous released petroleum hydrocarbons in soil and groundwater.

A disproportionate percentage of the funds go to small business owners, most of which are in no position to afford the high costs of soil and ground water assessment and remediation.

FREY has worked closely with the UST cleanup fund for our clients to maximize the assistance provided by the State.

http://gov.ca.gov/news.php?id=18726

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The California State Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass SB 445, the Underground Storage Tank Legislation

After passing the assembly with an overwhelming and bi-partisan vote margin, the bill moved quickly at the Senate, ultimately receiving 32 yes votes when only 26 were needed. Next stop for SB 445 is Governor Jerry Brown’s Desk.

This is good news for communities burdened by lingering underground storage tank release cases. The State helps communities clean-up unauthorized releases and revitalize properties, in turn revitalizing local communities.

Full text of SB455 available here

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