EPA Region 4 awarded KEMRON Environmental Services a $4.6M task order for the cleanup of the American Nuclear Corporation Superfund Site in Claxton, TN.
KEMRON will profile the waste streams for disposal and/or treatment, excavate contaminated soils on site, and remove irradiated contamination from buildings and structures on site.
KEMRON Environmental Services was recently awarded a $21M project for consolidating nearly 800K CY of slag/source material into a 35-acre on-site containment cell at the Old American Zinc Plant in Fairmont City, Illinois.
We are excited to work for USACE St. Louis District under our PRAC contract. Special thanks to Tom Thrower and Terry Lemasters for leading the proposal effort.
We are pleased to announce that KEMRON was recently awarded a PFAS sampling program at eight Army Reserve installations throughout the state of Georgia.
Congratulations to our Atlanta office for securing this award.
Please reach out to us if you have a PFAS project that we can assist with.
We're proud ot announce that KEMRON was awarded a $4.4M abatement/demolition project at the former Cristex Drum Superfund site in Oxford, NC under our EPA Region 4 ERRS contract in July 2023.
The scope also includes the excavation and disposal of 20,000 CY of contaminated soils.
KEMRON-Arrowhead JV was awarded the Velsicol Superfund Site Remedial Action Task Order in May 2023, and the $55M award represents a continuation of KEMRON’s work at this highly complex site.
With over 200,000 drums of solvents and pesticides buried in unlined trenches, the selected remedy of vapor extraction and treatment is expected to operate for 12 years.
“We are excited to tackle this high profile remedial action and greatly appreciate USEPA Region 4 selecting our team to complete this assignment” - John Dwyer, President, KEMRON Environmental Services
KEMRON Environmental Services was awarded two new task orders in March 2023 through EPA Region 2 under our Emergency and Rapid Response Services Contract.
The first order is for the cleanup at Compounders Inc. in New Jersey where a fire occurred leaving damaged drums, containers and other waste. At this point, KEMRON is providing security to safeguard the site and is assisting the EPA to develop a strategy to safely handle and address the drums of waste and their contents.
The second task order is for the cleanup of the Arsenic Waste site in New York, which includes the demolition of five residences including all ancillary tanks, piping, systems, etc.
The Leisnoi Diversified-KEMRON 8a JV was awarded two new USACE contracts in February 2023.
The first award was a $4.5M SATOC for environmental remediation services with the USACE Louisville District.
The second award was a remediation project at the Horseshoe Road Superfund Site for the USACE Kansas City District.
Congratulations to Keven Truesdell at Leisnoi and Lou Ehrhard, Steve Cunningham and Tom Thrower at KEMRON for these two awards.
KEMRON was awarded a project to package and remove approximately 575 containers of various sizes including lab packs, drums and vats from the Deptford Plating Site in Deptford, NJ under our EPA Region 2 ERRS contract.
Many of the containers are filled with hazardous substances associated with the plating wastes which included, acids, bases, cyanide, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, silver, lead, and various other metals.
In the fall of 2022, Leisnoi-KEMRON JV was awarded two projects through the USACE Fort Worth District to provide Programmatic Environmental Assessments (PEA) at 15 Army installations to support decisions on locating future weapons systems.
The PEAs will be performed pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act and will include an analysis of baseline cultural and natural resources conditions and an evaluation of any environmental impacts.
Thank you to Edwards-Pitman, who will be our primary subcontractor.