Once AMI Environmental and the Emergency Response Team arrived in New Orleans, a plan was needed to be put in place in order to get the Department of Defense building up and running again. The only problem was the hazardous waste that needed to dealt with before any actions could be
When AMI Environmental’s Emergency Response Team arrived in New Orleans, LA they found that Katrina’s hurricane winds caused relatively minor damage to the Department of Defense multi-story facility. Flooding, however, caused substantial damage, primarily in the basements and f
Years have passed since the emergency rescue efforts and the daunted task of rebuilding the Gulf Coast in response to hurricane Katrina. From rebuilding lives, homes, and hospitals, to restoring basic city infrastructure, the picture of the hurricane impacted region is much like a mos
Doug Marshall at AMI Environmental details how an Industrial Hygienist can protect your employees and visitors from mold outbreaks. Call 800-828-8487 for a free consultation.
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