Princeton Geoscience retains the core value of giving back the community we live and work in, whether it be through educational, time, or monetary investment. We are grateful for our clients, and the trust they place in us to get the job done, and feel that passing along that goodwill serves a greater good in our communities and environment.
To that end, we have participated in the American Chemistry Society's "Chemists Celebrate Earth Day" event at a local library by developing and hosting an educational, hands-on demonstration for children of a simple sand-box model of an aquifer and its vulnerability to contamination. We have participated at fundraisers for worthy causes, such as the Philabundance benefit and HomeFront's Thanksgiving Day food basket drive, and have provided pro-bono technical assistance to a local farm in its efforts to expand its water supply and to a local watershed association for a drainage basin hydrologic assessment.
We also contribute to the development of the environmental consulting business and its ability to serve clients through free educational seminars and classes for young professionals.