BBJ Honors OSE as a Corporate Citizen Award Finalist

April 13, 2012By zeekeeBlog No Comments

While handling high-profile projects all over the country, One Stop Environmental LLC has not lost its commitment to its own backyard. Riley chose her company’s Woodlawn headquarters to support the area’s economic development and revitalization. “OSE believes that when our communities flourish, we flourish and we try to take that vision and responsibility to heart each and … Read More

Talk of Alabama- Living a Greener Life

April 5, 2012By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBIPr-yP3cE One Stop Environmental CEO Shannon Riley and Verizon Wireless Huntsville Call Center Director Jeremiah Knight stopped by ABC 33/40′s Talk of Alabama on April 5th to share some tips for helping the environment.

Fox 6- Birmingham’s Earth Day Hero Announced

April 5, 2012By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2o3YLeDShBM Fox 6 was there to catch the excitement on April 5th as Mrs. Garner’s second grade class found out they had won the Earth Day Heroes contest! They received a Verizon Samsung Galaxy Tablet, a field trip to see Disney Nature’s Chimpanzee and a pizza party! The class won the contest … Read More

Women’s Day Magazine Features Shannon Riley

April 2, 2012By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Shannon Riley, One Stop Environmental’s founder and CEO, is featured in this month’s Woman’s Day Magazine for making a difference in the Woodlawn, AL community. See article below: Making a Difference Reader Shannon Riley is helping revive a struggling Alabama community. As CEO of One Stop Environmental, a company specializing in hazardous waste removal, Shannon … Read More

OSE Begins Work at Powell School

February 1, 2012By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Next steps to save Powell School underway by Andre Natta Folks driving into downtown Birmingham, AL the morning of February 1 may have noticed a dumpster sitting out in front of the historic Powell School Building along 6th Avenue North. It’s OK if the rain might have kept you from noticing… It appears that workers … Read More

One Stop Restores Timberline Stream

July 6, 2011By zeekeeBlog No Comments

By BRAD GASKINS / Staff Writer CALERA – A stream running through Timberline Golf Course is getting an environmental facelift. Work began last week and is being funded through a $40,000 Alabama Department of Environmental Management 319(h) grant, and is part of the Buxahatchee Creek Watershed Restoration project, an ongoing effort for the last two … Read More

Business owners share concerns as tornado recovery continues

June 3, 2011By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Birmingham Business Journal by Anna Thibodeaux Alabama’s recovery from the April 27 tornadoes that ripped through the state and Southeast will take months to years for many, so the BBJ asked area experts and business owners to pinpoint concerns that might arise as those impacted work to rebuild their lives and livelihoods. “Working on several … Read More

Woodlawn business in tornado cleanup

May 28, 2011By zeekeeBlog No Comments

Shannon Riley’s reputation as a specialist in addressing hazardous waste spills helped her Birmingham-based company gain work helping clean up parts of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005. The April 27 tornadoes that decimated neighborhoods across Alabama have created more opportunities for Riley’s firm, One Stop Environmental in Woodlawn, and she relishes the … Read More

OSE ranks #29 among 100 fastest growing inner city businesses

May 18, 2011By zeekeeBlog No Comments

From Pandora Internet Radio, a Trenton-based trash-to-cash juggernaut, to a New Orleans reconstruction stalwart, America’s urban cores are home to a host of rising stars. The Inner City 100, a project of the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, highlights the fastest growing inner city businesses in America. For the 2011 list, ICIC received more … Read More

Tornado cleanup starts with sorting, moves to hauling today

May 14, 2011By zeekeeBlog No Comments

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Sort, haul, repeat. That’s the job now in Madison County’s storm-battered areas as contractors hired by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers begin hauling debris from the April 27 storms. First, property owners will see crews from companies such as One Stop Environmental LLC of Birmingham. One Stop was already working on … Read More