Disaster Relief

Following the tornadoes that struck Jefferson County, Alabama on January 23, 2012, Alabama Power Company called on Ambipar Response OSE to perform environmental remediation and hazardous waste transport for PCB impacted sites throughout the county. We mobilized three cleanup teams of HAZWOPER technicians and heavy equipment operators to perform these tasks. In less than two … Read More

Tornado Disaster Relief

Alabama Emergency Tornado Response in Alabama In 2011, Ambipar Response OSE launched a massive recovery effort throughout the state of Alabama following the devastating tornados of April 27th. OSE mobilized over 70 asbestos workers, HAZWOPER technicians and heavy equipment operators throughout the state to perform debris management, segregation and transportation for the US Army Corps … Read More

Drug Lab Cleanup

Environmental Management Ambipar Response OSE handles all environmental management issues for the US Department of Justice/ DEA throughout the state of Alabama. Primary duties include emergency response, waste characterization and sampling, site characterization, waste cleanup and regulatory agency negation. Chemical Identification of Alabama OSE’s field chemists also identify unknown chemicals and contaminants through field characterization … Read More

Household Hazardous Waste Removal

In November 2005, Ambipar Response OSE launched a multifaceted response to Hurricane Katrina. OSE was a first responder for a national railroad company, providing vacuum trucks, heavy equipment and environmental technicians to bring their main rail yard back to a functioning state. OSE also performed facility dewatering, hazardous material identification and disposal and asbestos/mold abatement … Read More

Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP)

In 2010 Ambipar Response OSE completed a watershed protection project for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, a division of the USDA. During the four month performance period, OSE executed clearing and grubbing on numerous acres, built three diversions to divert the live stream while work was proceeding, and moved approximately 30,000 cubic yards of material … Read More

Military (CAIS) Chemical Cleanup

This effort was to support the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering & Support Center Huntsville (USAESCH) by performing a TCRA to remove K951/K952 CAIS vials which had been discovered during construction efforts at Fort Polk, Louisiana. All work was performed in accordance with the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) Section 104 … Read More