Disaster recovery is never easy. But wherever and whenever disaster strikes, McGill offers a full range of services for managing and recycling the biodegradable fraction of those waste streams. This includes support for professionals focused on the clean-up of contaminated sites, agricultural disease outbreak locations, spills and the aftermath of natural disasters.
Clean-up options include processing at a McGill facility or the establishment of a temporary processing/bioremediation operation at ground zero or other designated location.
Dredge/silt, roadside clean-up, livestock mortality, bedding, and storm debris — these are just some of the types of materials that may be appropriate for remediation and recycling using McGill composting technologies.
McGill has experience as an approved contractor for the Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), state clean-up trust funds, and other federal, state and local agencies.
Additional temporary and recovery services
For wastewater treatment facilities, McGill’s mobile dewatering units provide interim and temporary service during equipment repair/replacement, seasonal peaks or unexpected weather events.
We can also offer transportation services using tankers, walking floor and dump trailers and roll-off boxes.
Materials are always accepted at McGill facilities 365/24/7, but contractors must be pre-approved and hauling schedules have to be coordinated with McGill Customer Service. Interested environmental managers and response contractors may contact us for more information about McGill options for disaster response and clean-up.