AAG Environmental Completes First Job for State of Georgia

AAG was awarded and has completed its first job for the State of Georgia. The job was scrap tire cleanup for the Environmental Protection Department of Georgia.

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Newberry, FL (PRWEB) April 08, 2013

AAG, an environmental emergency response and site remediation company with several locations to serve all of the southeastern US, is proud to announce that they have completed their first job for the State of Georgia and were awarded for their work. The project was for the Environmental Protection Department of Georgia and involved scrap tire cleanup.

AAG is also very excited to announce that two new response centers will be opening soon. The two new locations will be in Florida and Alabama. Details on these locations will be coming in the near future. AAG has been steadily expanding over the past few years to continue to provide the best in site remediation and hazardous waste cleanup services to a larger customer base.

AAG would also like to announce that their transportation department is up and running. AAG has a 23-foot dump trailer for bulk loads of soil, among other things, as well as a 36-foot box trailer with a lift gate for drums and totes. At this time, AAG also has a couple dedicated runs in Florida and Georgia.

With over 30 years experience, a licensed contractor, geologist, engineer, chemist/toxicologist, ordnance/explosives technician and a cost estimator on staff AAG is uniquely qualified to provide unparalleled remediation services. For more information on their services and previous projects, please visit their website at http://www.AAGenvironmental.com.

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 five thousand 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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