Line jetting is the process of clearing pipes using high-pressure streams of water. This is powerful enough to cut tree roots that are interfering with drainage.
Hydro excavation combines the technology of hydro blasting with a vacuum or an air conveyance system to contain the loosened debris in a debris tank.
Daylighting exposes utility lines and other submerged pipes via hydro excavation. The loosened debris is removed so that pipes can be inspected for damage.
Clean Management’s facility demolition levels the target structure. We will also clear the site and decontaminate it of any hazardous waste remnants.
Trench or drain cleaning involves inspecting and cleaning these structures to ensure that their passageways remain unconstrained and free of clogs.
Concrete Pad Cleaning/Cutting
Concrete is one of the most difficult materials to alter once it has been placed. Clean Management can clean and cut your business’ concrete pads.
Asbestos & Lead Abatement
Before any renovation or demolition, there must be an asbestos inspection. Clean Management designs efficient asbestos and lead abatement programs.
Soil excavation involves removing contaminated soil by extracting it with an excavator. This soil is moved to another site where it is treated or disposed of.
Warehouse Cleanups / Closures / Decontamination
Clean Management can prepare a cleaning, closure, and/or site demolition plan for warehouses that have been contaminated with hazardous substances.
Phase I, II, & III Audits
A Phase I Audit includes a review of records and the potentially contaminated area. Phases II and III build upon the first and involve further investigation.
Tank Installation and Removal
Clean Management can assist with the installation of aboveground storage tanks and underground storage tanks, their removal, and their entire life cycle.
Confined Space Entry
Confined spaces are not intended for work on a continuous basis. They may have poor ventilation and contaminants, which makes safety training necessary.
Sand and Grit Traps
Sand and grit traps, otherwise known as oil-water separators, need regular cleaning to continue functioning efficiently and within regulation-defined limits.
NORM stands for Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material. These materials need to be monitored and the facilities in which they appear decontaminated.
The NORM decommissioning process deactivates the radioactive materials as much as possible before disposing of them. NORM is common in oil and gas industries.
Clean Management can contain spills of hazardous and nonhazardous waste from tankers and trucks. We can clean and decontaminate the area.
NORM waste disposal varies by state. Depending on regulations, NORM can be taken off-site and injected into subsurface wells or it can be buried in landfills.
NORM surveying assesses the presence and concentration of naturally occurring radioactive material to minimize employees’ risk of exposure to toxic substances.
Steam de-gassing drives out or reduces the presence of gases dissolved in water. This keeps machinery that comes into contact with water running efficiently.
Also known as water blasting, hydro blasting is a cleaning technique that removes debris on internal and external areas that may be difficult to reach.