NEIE can provide the equipment, operators, support staff, and supplies to selectively demolish structures that may have been damaged or are no longer in use. NEIE uses the most cost effective means of demolition to include: segregation, waste reduction, removal, transportation and disposal, and recycling of materials.
NEIE has the experience and ability to respond, investigate, remediate, and remove abandoned properties in both residential and non-residential areas. Regardless of the condition of the properties and any hazardous dangers imposed, NEIE project personnel are trained to conduct site assessments and prepare Quality Assurance Systems and Procedures, Health and Safety Plans, and site work plans to characterize, package, transport, and dispose of any material or waste that may be present.
As a provider of disaster recovery support, NEIE is capable of facilitating the management and disposal of accumulated debris and hazardous material throughout flood impacted areas. NEIE’s project personnel are effective in establishing and operating local disposal sites throughout flood impacted areas to collect containers, batteries, drums, tanks, cylinders, and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) that are discharged by flood waters. In the performance of this effort, NEIE crews may utilize dump trucks, grapple trucks and self-loaders, pickup trucks, ATVs, various watercraft and all-terrain vehicles (Amphibious Specialty Vehicles) as working platforms to locate, remove and manage debris and materials off of the riverbanks and in the rivers.
Debris reduction, removal and disposal operations may include:
- The management of household hazardous waste;
- Asbestos contaminated materials packaging and disposal;
- Demolition of houses and other structures;
- Municipal solid waste removal;
- Vegetation collection and removal;
- General debris management and disposal; and
- White goods collection and disposal.