Upcoming Renovation or Demolition? We offer Lead-Based Paint Survey Services! Contact KEMRON’s Charleston, West Virginia office today for a free quote! West Virginia Contractors License WV030188
KEMRON was awarded a task order for the remediation of the former Mississippi Phosphates Corporation (MPC) located in Pascagoula, MS. The site has been proposed to the National Priorities List (NPL). MPC began operations in the 1950’s manufacturing fertilizer and eventually expanding to encompass over 1000 acres and includes a phosphoric acid plant, a diammonium phosphate plant, a sulfuric acid plant, and associated storage warehouses. The facility also includes a wastewater treatment plant along with a series of support structures. Material storage areas include two phosphogypsum waste piles (gypstacks) covering over 340 acres and wastewater storage ponds containing over 700 million gallons of low pH wastewater. Contaminants include ammonia as nitrogen, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc. Requirements under this task order include operation and maintenance of wastewater storage units, operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant, pond management and repair and maintenance of all associated equipment.
Wastewater treatment and collected storm water treatment activities is conducted in two wastewater treatment plants along with discharge monitoring, and water quality sampling associated with plant operations and permit compliance. The two-wastewater treatment plants include a mechanical treatment system comprised of a double lime treatment process and a second unit referred to as the in situ treatment system comprised of a series of canals where chemical addition is used to adjust pH. KEMRON is treating 1 million gallons per day through the mechanical plant; 4 million gallons per day through the in situ system within the existing canals. KEMRON also conducts all inspections, pond level measurements, and refueling activities associated with pump operations.
John England, PE, PMP, Vice President, is presenting on the “Application of Drones on Munitions Projects” as part of NAOC’s Application of Innovative Technologies to MMRP Projects webinar on June 14! For more information and to register, https://lnkd.in/efVC-9X
KEMRON is eager to attend the upcoming Society of American Military Engineers Joint Engineer Training Conference (JETC)! Set up a meeting with John England and Lou Ehrhard while you are there! See you in Kansas City for #SAMEJETC18! www.samejetc.org
Contact KEMRON’s Charleston, West Virginia office today to discuss your Certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator needs!
Congratulations to KEMRON’s Marietta, Ohio location on receiving the Mid-Ohio Valley Safety Council Achievement certificate. Over 3,250,804 hours worked without a lost time incident!
Great job! Know Safety, No Accidents!
KEMRON is excited to present on Successful Combined Remedy of In-Situ Large Diameter Steam Mixing and Solidification at DCHWS 2018 on Friday, April 20th at 10:00 am. Meet with John Dwyer, Lou Ehrhard and John England while you are there!
We are pleased to announce that Brett C. Hensley, RPG has joined KEMRON as Program Director to lead and support the continued expansion of our nationwide service offerings. Headquartered in Atlanta, KEMRON is a nationally recognized environmental consulting and remediation firm whose nationwide offices serve industry and government, delivering solutions and providing expertise in response to complex environmental business challenges.
Brett will be responsible for operational delivery and service excellence as an Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Leader to our existing and growing client base providing safe, efficient, cost effective business solutions as a business partner and trusted adviser. Our services address complex environmental problems to reduce regulatory risk, remove or remediate contaminants and convert impacted properties into marketable assets.
Brett has more than 30 years of multi-disciplinary experience in environmental assessment, corrective action strategies, decommissioning and overall operational management and leadership across North America. In his prior role with Bureau Veritas, as Vice President and Director for the HSE Division, Mr. Hensley was responsible for building teams, developing and executing strategies and tactics to drive business growth and optimized operational performance.