Environmental Restoration receives EPA contract

Environmental Restoration receives EPA contract.
Environmental Restoration receives EPA contract.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded a contract to Environmental Restoration, LLC, to take on removal activities for harmful materials, the Federal Business Opportunities website announced on Wednesday.

The scope of work consists of emergency response related removal of harmful and toxic substances that pose a threat to public and environmental health and welfare. Substances in this contract area include petroleum products, oil, wastes that are hazardous or toxic, pollutants, contaminants and explosive materials. This also includes the clean-up following incidents that are chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear in nature, alongside acts of terror and weapons of mass destruction.

This contract has a value of approximately $57 million; it was awarded through the EPA’s Office of Acquisition Management.

The company, Environmental Restoration, LLC, specializes in removal and material management services for hazardous materials. The company states that they have been a contractor in this area for local, federal and state agencies and for private industry since 1997. Emergency response and site remediation are among the services they offer. Capabilities in these areas include decontamination and demolition of facilities, mine site remediation, water treatment, contaminated soil excavation and disposal, chemical release response, contingency planning and emergency response agreements that fall in line with regulatory requirements.

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