When you work for an industrial cleaning company such as First Environmental, every day you are creating a safer environment for people. Hundreds of fatal or non-fatal accidents each year are due to an issue that could have been prevented.
Knowing who is working in your facility is just as important as how they work. With First Environmental, you can be at ease with our team handling any of your needs! While we know you have options concerning who to trust, we are honored to be top choice.
First Environmental is a proud leader in the industrial cleaning industry. Our services range in variety including dust management, pressure washing, remediation or restoration of buildings, and more. However, we have a few services that you may not realize we can perform for your company.
Confined Space, Tight quarters, and Dusty Conditions “I’ve worked with Darren Westleigh on a couple of projects and recently Matt Gregory. They just completed a job for me in a very challenging space. It involved a confined space, tight quarters, and dusty conditions. Darren and Matt worked together to determine the safest course for their [...]
Hydroblasting Services: What is it & Why is it necessary? Hydroblasting is a very effective method of cleaning. The team at First Environmental uses this tool in plant and factory cleanings. The water blasts the grime or material at such a magnificent force that the surface is cleaned and germ-free. Contact First Environmental today for [...]
Environmental Affairs “Good morning sir, hope all is well. I just wanted to say thank you for the support you and your team provided to Environmental Affairs this past year. We had a very busy/productive year as you know and a few catastrophic events that your teams supported us on. And we did it with [...]
First Environmental is one of the leading industrial cleaning companies in the Southeast (and for good reason). Our team has the necessary experience, knowledge, and passion to create safe workplaces.
Personal cleanliness and protective equipment is key to protecting you and others when you handle hazardous material. Thankfully, toxic material is managed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. However, even with these great organizations helping to manage hazardous material, every employee should take daily precautions to protect their health.
According to the Institute of Hazardous Material Management, a hazardous material is “any item that has the potential to cause harm to humans, animals, or the environment, either by itself or through interaction with other factors.” Unless you are trained and have proper safety equipment, you should never try to dispose of hazardous material yourself.
Hazardous waste is any material that is harmful to our health or the environment such as paints, oils, batteries, corrosives, and pesticides. These materials should not be thrown into landfill like other trash. Instead, you should contact a professional to dispose of the waste properly. When improperly disposed, hazardous waste can cause physical harm to [...]