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CONSTRUCTION TODAY

August 2009

As a Tutor-Saliba Corporation’s subcontractor, unsung hero Enviroserv moved over 1,000,000 tons of dirt and 2,600,000 gallons of water in a soil and groundwater cleanup for the Port of Long Beach at an active oil field site. Enviroserv completed the “aggressive green port” project on time and under budget, a success critical component for an “environmental cleanup project with no revenue being derived from it” as the project was described by Gary J. Cardamone, Director of Construction Management for the Port of Long Beach. As a project team player, Enviroserv made sure each waste stream went to the right facility and did their part to minimize the impact to marina residents.

METAL PLATING WORTHY OF ENVIRONMENTAL WORRY

NORTH COUNTY TIMES
By: QUINN EASTMAN – Staff Writer | Posted: October 8, 2006

Enviroserv cleans up a Escondido North County Plating shop on Industrial Avenue after fire destroys facility. While extinguishing the blaze Friday morning, firefighters noticed that a puddle of liquid corroded the fittings on their hoses. Enviroserv safely mitigated and disposed of strong acids, cyanide and heavy metals such as chromium and cadmium commonly used in the plating process.

CLEANUP OF ABANDONED PALOMAR PLATING UNDER WAY

NORTH COUNTY TIMES
By: QUINN EASTMAN – Staff Writer | Posted: March 10, 2005

Enviroserv cleans up an abandoned metal plating business near Westside Park in Escondido using vacuum trucks to pump out 2,000 gallons of cyanide-containing waste. Cyanide, which poisons the body’s ability to use oxygen, is commonly used in electroplating.

EPA Region 9 Site Profiles

  1. Rincoln Mushroom Express
  2. Palomar Plating