The disaster now recognized as the worst to hit
the New Jersey - New York area has brought CEMCO and its 17 years experience to the
shore and affected areas.
is a registered solid waste hauler by the NJDEP with A901 Authority as well as a
Division of Consumer Affairs certified contractor. We are listed as a FEMA
debris removal contractor and are contracted by the state Department of
Transportation for removal of debris created by the storm and overwhelming
rebuilding efforts. CEMCO is licensed by the state to handle home heating oil
Assistance available: CEMCO
can remove sand, mud and debris from basements and crawl spaces with air
assisted vacuum trucks. All our technicians are OSHA trained for removal of oil
tanks and spills of heating oil created by the flood. CEMCO is certified
and trained by Hubble Corporation for the installation of Helical Piers to
rebuild structural support that will withstand the next flood. Our demolition
and removal capabilities have been applied throughout New Jersey as directed by
homeowner insurance contracts for over ten years. Our experience with homeowner
insurance claims positions us to be your best choice in disaster contractor
Equipment Available: CEMCO
owns and operates its own fleet of
permitted, licensed dump trucks, dump trailers, tankers and vacuum trucks. Our
full time OSHA trained staff is cross-trained to operate our large and small
excavation and site equipment consisting of backhoes, excavators, loaders and
specialty off road equipment.
Regulatory Compliance: If you are one of the few
who has to handle an overturned oil tank and registered “spill” your best choice
is still CEMCO as we have tank closure and subsurface License holders on staff
to handle unregulated heating oil tanks as well as an Licensed Site Remedial
Professional (LSRP) in the event you have a regulated underground tank.
Coronavirus Decontamination: Drawing from over
20 years of experience working in hazardous environments, CEMCO offers full & secure
decontamination services to sites or offices where virus contamination is suspected.
Our teams are fully trained according to OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.134 standards & decontamination
measures have been set according to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) guidelines.
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