Too often, easy and effective solutions for environmental issues are not readily apparent.  In these situations, we believe the best answers are found with fresh thinking: thoroughly analyzing and understanding client concerns, technical and regulatory issues.

Unfortunately, this basic process of asking and answering questions can be short-circuited when important decisions are made based upon incomplete information or incorrect assumptions. Princeton Geoscience is diligent in avoiding the tendency to "force-fit" a project within the bounds of previous work experience, easy regulatory acceptance, and readily available technologies. Though quite a few projects do call for self-evident, tried and true approaches, we find that an equal number are served best with creative thinking and new ideas.