Our success relies on our team providing the highest level of industrial, environmental, and emergency response services to our clients. With over 34 years in the industry, our reputation for quality and reliability speaks for itself.

Looking for an environmental management company?

Here are some important questions to ask and things to consider.

How long have you been in business?

Environmental management is complex and challenging work. Look for a partner with over 30 years of experience. Experience is simply the best way to learn the business.

How do you ensure the safety of my employees—and yours?

Reputable companies will do the following:

  • Provide their employees with an extensive array of training that’s updated regularly
  • Have project managers on the job to ensure that the project runs smoothly and follows established protocols
  • Have extensive experience working with local, state and federal regulators so that you don’t have to worry about compliance issues

What range of services do you provide?

Look for a company that has the experience and resources to provide a wide variety of environmental management services. That way you can partner with one resource who will get to know your company well over time and be able to make proactive recommendations to help deal with your environmental concerns more safely and cost-effectively.

Do you ever subcontract any part of client projects?

Surprisingly enough, the “right” answer to this question is usually “yes.” You want a company with a good core staff of experienced, well-trained employees, but you don’t need them to maintain in-house expertise and equipment for every foreseeable problem. This just drives up your costs and forces you to work with in-house resources that might not be exactly the right fit. A company that has long-term relationships with a variety of specialized providers is likely to be able to offer you better service and lower overhead.

Do you own, operate or endorse waste disposal or recycling facilities?

This might seem like an odd question, but here’s why it’s important: Companies who have ties to a disposal or recycling facility might be inclined to manage your waste in a way that benefits that facility, instead of your company.

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