Want to get rid of polluted or contaminated soil with quick turnaround? Be sure to give Enviro-Disposal Group a try. They are well equipped to handle everything related to soil removal jobs with greatest accuracy and reliability. They carefully assess everything associated with your soil disposal task. They guide you through out the process and never get bored answering to your questions.
They always provide you with the best available, cost-effective soil disposal facility option after carefully assessing your situation and requirements. They are fully licensed to operate as a full-service waste management company in New York and New Jersey. They are experts at managing all types of soil disposal projects, including soil data interpretation, analysis, sampling, scheduling, transportation, facility approvals, vehicle manifesting and logistics.
They incorporate the highest level of expertise as they evaluate your soil disposal project specification. They take the following factors into account: types of contamination, contaminant concentration, geophysical characteristics, volume, site history, debris, odor, moisture, location, and size.
Here’s what they say about their services:
‘’Enviro-Disposal Group is powered by a team of professionals led by twenty-five year industry expert, Richard Rivkin, who has managed more than 3,000 projects involving Transportation & Disposal of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous contaminated soils, dredged sediments and other environmentally regulated materials. Uniquely positioned to provide our clients with the highest degree of technical expertise, and lowest-cost access to numerous Landfills, Recycling Facilities, and Re-use Facilities nationwide. Fast, competent, turnkey service from start to finish. Union and Non-Union transportation via fully permitted tri-axle dump trucks, dump-trailers, roll-off containers, vac-tankers, and drum vans.’’
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