Did you know that at Evergreen AES, we offer various types of Environmental Remediation and Decontamination services? The environmental remediation and decontamination process encompasses the removal of any type of pollutants or contaminants from any environment. This can include various types of medium, such as surfaces, soil, sediment, groundwater, surface water, and many more. The remediation and decontamination process is geared for the protection of human health and the environment from otherwise unwanted and potentially hazardous materials.
With our emergency 24-hour remediation response services, we can quickly mobilize our team of environmental technicians to quickly handle any type of remediation or decontamination situation, whether it is a hazardous spill of any type of materials, removal and remediation of lead, mold and/or asbestos, or even decontamination of environmental pathogens, including COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus).
Over the years we have accumulated extensive experience in handling a wide range of environmental remediation projects utilizing both ex-situ (off-site) and in-situ (on-site) capabilities. In addition, we have also performed numerous bioremediation and decontamination services for a wide range of clients, remediating and decontaminating surfaces and materials that would otherwise have been unusable.
With our large coverage area across the eastern United States, our team is qualified and has ample resources ready to support decontamination and biological cleaning efforts for schools, municipalities, universities, hospitals, stadiums and arenas, convention centers, retail facilities and gas stations, public transportation, manufacturing plants, and other large-scale facilities in response to the COVID-19 virus.
If your company is ever in need of an experienced and knowledgeable contractor to handle any type of remediation or decontamination project, consider us as your trusted partner in a time of need. We are prepared to handle any type of project and respond to any remediation and decontamination situation with the necessary training, equipment, resources, and documentation required.