NRC,ENPRO Services, Inc, a customer-focused firm specializing in the management of oil and hazardous waste, today announced that it had been awarded the Vermont Statewide Emergency Hazardous Waste Response and Waste Disposal contract by the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTRANS). The VTRANS contract scope of work covers the provision of environmental services for state-owned property and roadways throughout Vermont, including the Interstates 89 and 91. The services ENPRO provides to the State of Vermont as part of this contract include containment, mitigation and cleanup of oil and hazardous material spills within Vermont.‘The award of this VTRANS contract calls upon ENPRO to provide safe and timely response actions to oil and hazardous material spills along state-owned roadways and properties throughout our beautiful state. ENPRO will also handle the proper disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste for VTRANS in accordance with state and federal regulations,’ said Jeffrey Simone, General Manager of ENPRO’s regional service center in Burlington, Vermont.‘These are the types of contracts that ENPRO relishes. Agencies like VTRANS are sophisticated buyers of environmental services; they are very selective in making contract awards, by calling out specific standards for quality and experience at competitive prices. High-profile contracts such as this one help separate ENPRO from our competitors. Such contracts reward us in the recognition of the efforts of our employees, who are out there working hard each and every day to make sure we are not only positioned to be a qualified bidder, but that we also perform admirably to maintain the contract and the repeat work that it generates,’ said David Cowie, Chief Operating Officer and an owner of ENPRO.About ENPROENPRO Services, Inc., (ENPRO) is a customer-focused firm specializing in the management of oil and hazardous waste. With over 25 years of industry experience, ENPRO serves a diverse client base from its fully equipped service centers located in Burlington, VT, Pembroke, NH, Newburyport, MA, and Portland, ME. ENPRO provides comprehensive environmental services to address virtually any project that requires the professional management of oil and hazardous waste, featuring 24-hour emergency response, waste transportation and disposal, small- and large-scale site clean-ups, technical assessments, equipment rental, and the removal and installation of petroleum/chemical distribution and storage tank systems, as well as a broad range of additional field and technical services. ENPRO is recognized throughout the Greater Northeast region for its depth of seasoned employees and their ability to complete assignments on a turnkey basis using company-owned resources.Source: Burlington, VT ‘ January 4, 2011 ‘ ENPRO Services, Inc# # #
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