Process of clearing pipes using high-pressure streams of water. Line jetting is powerful enough to cut through or push out tree roots that could be interfering with your drainage.
Hydro excavation combines the technology of hydro blasting with a vacuum or an air conveyance system to contain the loosened debris. High-pressure water moves soil from underground utilities, which is then transferred to a debris tank.
Method of exposing utility lines and other submerged pipes using hydro excavation. The loosened debris is removed from the area so that pipes and lines can be inspected for damage.
Includes leveling of the structure as well as decontamination and site clearing.
A highly trained team inspects, as well as cleans trenches and drains to ensure that these remain free from damage-inducing clogs.
Concrete Pad Cleaning/Cutting
Concrete is one of the most difficult materials to remove or alter once it has been placed. Keeping safety in mind, Clean Management can clean and cut your business’ concrete pads.
Asbestos & Lead Abatement
Before any sort of renovation or demolition, the EPA requires that there be an asbestos inspection. Clean Management can design an asbestos and/or lead abatement program that minimizes disruption to your daily activities.
Involves removing contaminated soil by extracting it with an excavator. This soil is then moved to another site where it can be treated or disposed of.
Warehouse Cleanups / Closures / Decontamination
Preparation of a cleaning and/or closure plan for warehouses contaminated with hazardous substances. Can also include demolition of the site, if necessary.
Phase I, II, & III Audits
- Phase I Audit: Review of records and site to decide whether or not environmental contamination is probably at the site.
- Phase II Audit: Includes some site sampling to further inspect items of interest noted in the first auditing phase.
- Phase III Audit: Identifies the extent of contaminants discovered in Phase II and develops a plan to remove those contaminants
Tank Installation and Removal
Clean Management can assist with the installation and removal of aboveground storage tanks and underground storage tasks. Clean Management is available rom site preparation to removal of contaminated soil at the end of the tank’s life.
Confined Space Entry
Confined spaces are places where people can fit, but they are not intended for work on a continuous basis. Confined spaces may have poor ventilation and contaminants, which makes having a plan for working in these spaces necessary.
Sand and Grit Traps
Sand and grit traps, otherwise known as oil-water separators, need regular cleaning to continue functioning and staying within local, state, and EPA regulations.
NORM stands for Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material. As the name suggests, these are materials that build up naturally over time, but they need to be monitored and the facilities in which they appear decontaminated after some time.
NORM makes frequent appearances in facilities that deal with oil and gas. The decommissioning process deactivates the radioactive materials as much as possible before disposing of them.
Clean Management can contain and address spills of hazardous and nonhazardous waste from tankers and trucks.
How NORM products are disposed of varies by state. NORM can be taken off-site and injected into subsurface wells or buried in landfills.
NORM surveying assesses the presence and concentration of naturally occurring radioactive materials to minimize employees’ risk of exposure to toxic substances arising from industrial operations.
To keep pipework and other machinery that comes in contact with water running efficiently for the extent of their lives, they need to be routinely inspected for damage from oxygen and carbon dioxide. Steam de-gassing drives out or reduces the presence of gases dissolved in water.
Also known as water blasting, this technique removes debris on internal and external areas that may be difficult to reach.