AAG Environmental Opens Three New Locations

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With three new locations, AAG Environmental will be able to better serve a larger area of the Southeastern United States.

Leading site remediation and environmental emergency response company, AAG Environmental, is proud to announce that it now has three new locations open. The new response centers are located in Smith Station, Alabama, Palm Coast, Florida and Lithia, Florida.

The Smith Station location will provide coverage for most of Alabama and West Georgia. The Palm Coast location will provide coverage for the I-95 corridor from St. Augustine to Melbourne, Florida and along the I-4 corridor to Orlando. The third location in Lithia, which is a suburb of Tampa on the east side, will cover the Tampa Metro area as well as the I-4 corridor to Orlando and the I-75 corridor north and south of Tampa.

In other news, AAG has decided to move forward and expand on their services within the sampling side of the industry. They have been working on both organic and inorganic sampling. This will involve AAG partnering with labs and engineering firms that will be in need of their services as collectors of organic and inorganic samples on environmental sites. This service is a natural development for AAG, as they already provide groundwater sampling and analysis as well as soil sampling for their own projects. AAG will be sharing more information on this in the near future.

For more information on AAG and all the services they provide, please visit their website.

About the company:
AAG Environmental is a Land + Soil + Waste Remediation Company, specializing in environmental cleanup. They are a leading emergency response contractor that now serves clients all over the Southeast, including environmental site remediation and hazardous waste clean-up in Florida and South Georgia. Whether hazardous or non-hazardous, five gallons or 5000 gallons, on the roadway or deep in the woods, AAG Environmental is available 24 hours a day. For more information visit http://www.AAGenvironmental.com.

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