The Hadley Environmental Services Team received a top rating for the services they provided me; they responded promptly and were able to assess the cause of my Septic problem, completed a soil evaluation test of my property to be able to determine what type of Septic System would be appropriate. -Patricia

Recent Work

Recent Work:

Clarke County Conventional Septic System Installation Inspection

In late May 2017, we completed a job for the construction of a new home in Boyce, Virginia. Mr. Bob Holmes and his soil sniffing dog, Buddy, meticulously investigated the proposed building site, searching for the best soil. The study concluded with the location of a conventional drainfield, paperwork and...

Fauquier County AOSE Soil & Site Evaluation (Perc Test) to Permit Replacement Drainfield Construction

This April 2017 project was for a property in The Plains, Virginia. We were contacted to find an area to replace the aged and deteriorated septic system components. The On-Site Soil Evaluator soil evaluation as required by the state of Virginia includes measuring depth to root limiting restrictions, water...

Loudoun County Virginia Onsite Wastewater Disposal Soil Feasibility Review

In April 2017, we were contacted to assist a development team to determine the land suitability for a commercial project near Lovettsville, Virginia and Brunswick, Maryland. Data collected from the evaluation pits included total depth of hole, depth to restrictive feature, depth to water table, soil profile characteristics, estimated...

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May 15, 2017 |

Volcanic Activity in Virginia

  When most people think about Virginia, volcanoes do not immediately come to mind. However, many of us are living and working on top of what used to be one of the most volcanically active places in the world. On a recent soil study in Fauquier County, we uncovered tangible evidence of our states tumultuous geologic history. Pictured above is a piece of lower Jurassic vesicular basalt. This odd looking rock was formed between 201 and 174 million years ago as the ancient supercontinent Pangaea, broke apart to form the Atlantic Ocean and the continents of Africa and North America. While the Earth’s continents appear to be static, they are actually continuously moving around...

April 17, 2017 |

New Soil Tech for Hadley Environmental – Nicholas Jewitt

We are happy to announce that Nicholas Jewett has recently joined the Hadley Environmental team as our new soil science technician. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Science in Environmental Science at Johns Hopkins University. Nick tells us that he has been enjoying the opportunity to apply his background knowledge of geology, hydrology, and soil science to find solutions for real world situations. We are excited to help foster his growth as a soil science...

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