General Environmental Management Inc. recognizes the effects that pollutants from storm water runoffs and faulty water waste management have on the world’s streams, rivers and oceans. In an effort to reduce such pollution, the company provides special equipment, turn-key services, and BMP devices that capture storm water for reuse.
The company’s services include storm drain and pipe maintenance, inspection, traffic control, waste sampling, analysis and track, as well as numerous other services and equipment to minimize water pollution while maximizing reusable water supply.
Over the last four years, the company has conducted more than $10 million in services for four Caltrans Districts, resulting in the inspection, measuring and recording of 30,000 storm water catch basins; the removal of more than 10,000 tons of debris from more than 200 pump station separators; the removal of more than 15,000 tons of debris from culverts, channels and other structures; the removal of more than 20,000 feet of drainage pipes; as well as various other accomplishments.
All of the company’s projects and accomplishments are conducted for the efficient management and conservation water supply. According to the company, in 2008 the Environmental Protection Agency fined U.S. companies nearly $1.8 billion for failing to provide adequate means to properly manage and dispose of industrial waste. The damages to the environment itself are dramatic. The company aims to minimize waste and provide waste water treatment services to reduce these damages.
General Environmental Management has an extensive equipment portfolio, including vactor and jetter trucks, vacuum trucks, roll-off trucks and watering bins, end-dump trucks, traffic control equipment, emergency response vehicles and more.
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